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Vi ikh mein shtetele Pokshyvnitza
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|Pokshyvnitza at the end of the 19th century||1|
|The epidemic in the shtetl||5|
|The great fire||7|
|When the festive days of Yom Tov arrived||9|
|The Rebbe Kuzmir||18|
|Who should welcome Moshiach?||22|
|When the ark was built||26|
|The demons who knocked on Abbeleh's roof||28|
|Melamed Moshe Tanchen||32|
|Two weddings in the shtetl||36|
|When my brother pawned the Jewish G-d||43|
|Types, characters, incidents||47|
|How should rabbinical grandchildren be supported?||50|
|When Yossl Pandrik was born||52|
|Reb Chaim Meir, Nota Yossl's, and others||53|
|When emigration began||56|
|Hershel Shuster's basement||57|
|When rows of great controversy came||58|
|I return home||61|
|Relief activity by the landsleit||64|
|After the Second World War||67|
|Our trip to Poland||73|
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