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M. I. Greenberg, Ambivalent Relations: Acceptance and Anti-Semitism in Confederate Thomasville, American Jewish Archives, vol. 45, no. Spring-Summer, pp. 13-30, 1993.
M. I. Greenberg, Creating Ethnic, Class and Southern Identity in 19th Century America: The Jews of Savannah, 1830-1880, University of Florida, 1997.
M. I. Greenberg, Becoming Southern: The Jews of Savannah, Georgia, American Jewish History, vol. 86, no. March, 1998.
M. I. Greenberg, Savannah's Jewish Women and the Shaping of Ethnic and Gender Identity, 1830-1900, Georgia Historical Quarterly, vol. 82, no. Winter, pp. 751-774, 1998.
M. I. Greenberg, A Haven of Benignity: Conflict and Cooperation Between 18th Century Savannah Jews, in Dixie Diaspora: An Anthology of Southern Jewish History, Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006, pp. 1-32.
M. I. Greenberg, "One Religion, Different Worlds: Sephardic and Ashkenazic Immigrants in Eighteenth-Century Savannah", in Jewish Roots in Southern Soil, Waltham, MA: Brandeis University Press, 2006, pp. 27-45.