An ancient heritage :the Arab-American minority

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HarperCollins, Mar 15, 1991 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 148 pages
Discusses the cultural experience of Arab Americans and the history of Arab immigration to the United States.

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AN ANCIENT HERITAGE: The Arab-American Minority

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A fascinating picture of this large but inconspicuous group (between two and three million). Cogently summarizing their history, Ashabranner describes a steady ``trickle'' of Arabs to the U.S. from ... Read full review

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Ashabranner has worked in Ethiopia, Libya, and Nigeria for U.S. foreign assistance programs and for the Ford Foundation in the Philippines and Indonesia. He was director of the Peace Corps program in India and deputy director of the Peace Corps in Washington, DC.

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