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hThe paper presents the contribution of women of the first wave of immigration (=Aliyah) to the revival of Hebrew speech, and reveals their achievements during the period of immigration (1882-1903), and up until the Language War (1913). Our focus on women sheds new light on everyday community life and on less familiar aspects of the revival more generally. We examine the revival of Hebrew speech in Rishon LeZion; track the first two generations of the emergent speech community; and focus ondoi:10.5281/zenodo.4748802 fatcat:zlzntimt65h37fjjxvz5kr5ayy