SMALL STRANGERS: The Experiences of Immigrant Children in America, 1880-1925
This work breaks new ground in the history of American immigration, in two ways. First, it trains a historian's eye on children, the largely neglected players in the great immigration drama. Second, it gives equal time to immigrants from Mexico, Japan, and Canada as well as the more common newcomers from southern and eastern Europe. Photos.
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee
Item #: 1926977
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