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Where All Men are Free: A Story of Immigration from Sicily to America's Capitol By Angela Thaden Hahn
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This is the story of immigration from Sicily to Washington, D. C., at the turn of the last century, as told through the families of Romeo, Motta, Chite, and Longo. The author uses careful... More > documentation to create a narrative, which follows these families from La Miseria in the Mezzogiorno, to their new home via steerage passage and Ellis Island. The reader will gain an appreciation and admiration for these brave and determined individuals.< Less
American by Choice: The Syrian Colony of Jacksonville, Florida By Angela Thaden Hahn
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This narrative covers Syrian immigration to America by following the author’s families of Nicholas, David, Ladkani, Yeager, Yazigi, Tubel, and Tabbal through their own experience at the turn of... More > the last century. Numerous charts, maps, photos, and careful documentation accompany the text for a thorough look into what life was like in Syria and the various reasons for immigration. The reader will be pleased to learn of the integrity of these people and of their valuable contribution to this country.< Less
Where All Men are Free: A Story of Immigration from Sicily to America's Capitol By Angela Thaden Hahn
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This is the story of immigration from Sicily to Washington, D. C., at the turn of the last century, as told through the families of Romeo, Motta, Chite, and Longo. The author uses careful... More > documentation to create a narrative, which follows these families from La Miseria in the Mezzogiorno, to their new home via steerage passage and Ellis Island. The reader will gain an appreciation and admiration for these brave and determined individuals.< Less
American by Choice: The Syrian Colony of Jacksonville, Florida By Angela Thaden Hahn
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This narrative covers Syrian immigration to America by following the author’s families of Nicholas, David, Ladkani, Yeager, Yazigi, Tubel, and Tabbal through their own experience at the turn of... More > the last century. Numerous charts, maps, photos, and careful documentation accompany the text for a thorough look into what life was like in Syria and the various reasons for immigration. The reader will be pleased to learn of the integrity of these people and of their valuable contribution to this country.< Less