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First & Second Generation 2nd Edition By Anthony Federico Jr.
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Photo book of the first generation of Federico's and Gionta's that imigrated to America from Italy with family tree.
From Whence They Came: In Their Own Words By Margaret Karstoft
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Wyoming pioneer family that imigrates from Denmark and settles in the county of Carbon in Wyoming in the early 1900's
The Promised Land By Mary Antin
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The Promised Land (1912) edited here with illustrations from photographs, is the autobiography of Mary Antin, was an American author and immigration rights activist. It tells the story of her early... More > life in what is now Belarus and her immigration to the United States in 1894. The book focuses on her attempts to assimilate into the culture of the United States. It received very positive reviews and sold many copies. It allowed Antin to begin speaking publicly, a platform that she used to promote acceptance of immigration to the United States. It was criticized by anti-immigration activists, who did not see Antin as an American. It was also criticized by some Jews, who felt that she was disrespectful towards her Jewish heritage. "I WAS born, I have lived, and I have been made over. Is it not time to write my life's story? I am just as much out of the way as if I were dead, for I am absolutely other than the person whose story I have to tell. Physical continuity with my earlier self is no disadvantage."< Less
New World Mexican Women By Artesanas Campesinas
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Printed: 135 pages, 7.44" x 9.68", perfect binding, white interior paper (55# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (90# weight), full-color exterior ink 20... More > Make-Your-Own-Jewelry Projects, you can easily do with a pair of jeweler pliers, AND 51 pages of authentic hand-written letters from Mexican village women to loved ones in the United States.< Less
New World Mexican Women By Artesanas Campesinas
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Printed: 135 pages, 7.44" x 9.68", perfect binding, white interior paper (55# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (90# weight), full-color exterior ink 20... More > Make-Your-Own-Jewelry Projects, you can easily do with a pair of jeweler pliers, AND 51 pages of authentic hand-written letters from Mexican village women to loved ones in the United States.< Less
Diaspora Lost in The West: A Place of Disorder By Fania Simon
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A passionate piece of work about the passage to slavery and today's black on black bigotry.
Diaspora Lost in the West: A Place Of Disorder By Fania Simon
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A passionate piece of work about the passage to slavery and today's black on black bigotry.
My Thoughts By Charles Neuf, CPP
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About someones thoughts, what do you do with them. In this case send them to others, write books, do research, get a blog and tell others about what you think abou, maybe your thoughts are not that... More > far out of the realm of what others are thinking. This is about letting go of things, sharing your love with others, revealing the real YOU for the first time.< Less
Raid on the Kennetcook River By Charles Roberts
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"Raid on the Kennetcook River" is the story of an Acadian teenage boy named Pierre who is entangled in the conflict between the British and French Empires. Shortly after the British... More > establish Halifax in 1749, they come to occupy Pierre’s village of Beaubassin. After his village is burned, Pierre joins the Acadians at Fort Beausejour to try and stop the British occupation of all Acadia. As British immigrate to Acadia, some of them create a small village on the banks of the Kennetcook River, Hants County. Before the final fall of Acadia to the British, Pierre and others take one last attempt to stop the migration of the British. He and others raid the village of British imigrants along the Kennetcook River.< Less
Raid on the Kennetcook River By Charles Roberts
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"Raid on the Kennetcook River" is the story of an Acadian teenage boy named Pierre who is entangled in the conflict between the British and French Empires. Shortly after the British... More > establish Halifax in 1749, they come to occupy Pierre’s village of Beaubassin. After his village is burned, Pierre joins the Acadians at Fort Beausejour to try and stop the British occupation of all Acadia. As British immigrate to Acadia, some of them create a small village on the banks of the Kennetcook River, Hants County. Before the final fall of Acadia to the British, Pierre and others take one last attempt to stop the migration of the British. He and others raid the village of British imigrants along the Kennetcook River.< Less

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Full Count Full Count By E. A. Coe
Paperback: $12.00