Of Thee We Sing: Immigrants and American History
OF THEE WE SING features biographical profiles of thirteen American immigrants. Each individual represents a different ethnic group, and each emigrated to America at a different time period. It features a broad mix of both well-known and ordinary citizens
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A Nation of Immigrants
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