Islands of Deutschtum: German-Americans in Manchester, New Hampshire and Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1870-1942
P. Lang, 1996 - 254 oldal
"Islands of Deutschtum" adds new knowledge to the study of German-Americans. It describes the migration of German textile workers to the textile centers of New England. It describes how they fashioned ethnic communities, which not only survived World War I but lasted into World War II. The classic struggle between ethnic maintenance and Americanization is catalogued.
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Manchester and Lawrence
Factors Leading to Emigration
Establishment and Early Growth of German Communities
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