Haifa in the late Ottoman period, 1864-1914: a Muslim town in transition
This "sijill"-based history carefully reconstructs the changing aspects of Ottoman Haifa's society, administration and inter-communal relations, at a time when Ottoman reform policies and the encroachment of the West made the coastal towns of Palestine crossroads of culture and politics.
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Haifa Prior to 1864
The Haifa Qadd Administration
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