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interacting with tourists, the in-
terpreters take turns doing ac-
tual work in the village, often
with tourists watching: Mr.
Pevzner has worked in a maize
cornfield and assisted in building
some houses.
In his role as Robert Barlett,
he's met people from 211 over the
world. Alaska, Iraq, Spain, Ger-
many, England, France, Italy,
Africa — he ticks off the places.
He's met celebrities, too, such
as actor Alan Alda. Of course, Mr.
Pevzner didn't let on he knew
anything about the actor or about
movies.
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esting job rve ever had," he said.
"Even though Pm a native of the
area, and Pilgrim history was
emphasized in school, this work
has really deepened my knowl-
edge of the Pilgrims. It's given me
real insight about their lives."
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the Pilgrims — not only at
Plimoth Plantation but at an-
other site located in downtown
Plymouth right at the harbor.
That's where, the next day, we
climbed aboard the Mayflower II,
a meticulously exact replica of the
original vessel that carried the
Pilgrims to Plymouth.
On board, we talked to the
"passengers" who were dressed
in 17th century attire and spoke
in detail about the grueling jour-
ney. They, too, never ventured off
course into the 20th century in
their conversations with tourists.
Then it was just a few minutes'
walk to the famous rock. It is
modest in size and appearance,
which is why tourists are some-
times disappointed to see it.
But its symbolism is powerful.
And it was another reminder that
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many names, but Chicago
has everything you have heard
about it ... and more.
This big town right on Lake
Michigan has a colorful Jewish
history. Our people started set-
tling here as early as 1832, five
years before the city was incor-
porated. The story of this sprin-
kling of the first Jews arriving
from Prussia and Austria to to-
day's vibrant Jewish communi-
ty of over 260,000 is an
impressive tale of our people liv-
ing the American dream.
A part of the history is that of
Chicago's Maxwell Street "ghet-
to" where 55,000 Russian and
Polish Jews lived over 100 years
ago. Yiddish was the language of
choice, and there were 40 Or-
thodox shuls built within walk-
ing distance of the heart of the
area.
Today, there are more than
110 synagogues in Chicago, sev-
en Jewish community centers
and every kind of service you can
think of under the umbrella of
the Jewish United Fund.
Most of the Jewish population,
about two-thirds, live in the
northern suburbs of Evanston,
Highland Park, Skokie, Glenview
and Deerfield. A sprinkling of
Jews live in the South Side in
Hyde Park near the University
of Chicago.
The university was founded as
a Baptist school more than a cen-
tury ago, but has benefitted from
the financial support of Julius
Rosenwald, the original owner of

Sears, Roebuck & Co. Jews who
have won the Nobel Prize during
their tenure at the university in-
clude Saul Bellow and Milton
Friedman.
Moving north to the "Loop"
(Chicago's downtown), check out
the Adler Planetarium, endowed
by Max Adler, Julius Rosen-
wald's brother-in-law; the Shedd
Aquarium and the Field Muse-
um of Natural History.
The Spertus Museum of Ju-
daica, 618 S. Michigan Ave., is in
the heart of the Loop. The mu-
seum features a permanent col-
lection of antique Judaica, a
Holocaust exhibit, a gallery of
contemporary art, special shows
and programs for children.
The Hyatt Regency Chicago,
owned by the Pritzker family, has
some of the best kosher food in
the city, plus views of Lake
Michigan, the Chicago River and
the city's skyline.
The art museum that tops
them all in town is the interna-
tionally known Art Institute on
Michigan. Be sure to see the Cha-
gall stained-glass windows and
check out the current temporary
exhibitions.
Basketball fans will want to
see a Bulls game, or at least the
action sculpture of Michael Jor-
dan. Baseball fans can see the
Cubs at Wrigley Field or the
White Sox at Comiskey Park.
Stroll Michigan Ave. for some
window shopping, stop for a
snack and visit the Harold Wash-
ington Library.
Walk or drive along the lake
front for a relaxing experience or
take a boat out and sail. ❑

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