La America was a Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) language weekly newspaper, published 1910–1925 in New York City, as a national Sephardi Jewish newspaper in the United States. It was edited by Moise S. Gadol, an immigrant from Rostchuck, Bulgaria. Marc D. Angel counts it as one of the two most important such publications historically, the other being La Vara.
- "About Lah Ameriḳah". Chronicling America. Library of Congress. Retrieved 22 January 2014.
- Marc D. Angel, The Sephardim of the United States: An Exploratory Study. Originally published in American Jewish life, 1920-1990, Taylor & Francis, 1998, ISBN 0-415-91925-8. Volume 4 of the 8-volume Routledge series American Jewish history, Jeffrey S. Gurock, ed. PDF accessed online 2009-10-30; this is on p. 33 of the PDF, p. 109 of the book.
- Helene Schwartz Kenvin, This Land of Liberty: A History of America's Jews, Behrman House, 1986, ISBN 0-87441-421-0, p. 133.
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