The Polish Peasant in Europe and America: A Classic Work in Immigration History
University of Illinois Press, 1996 - Social Science - 127 pages
This new, abridged edition of the classic five-volume work The Polish Peasant in Europe and America brings together documents and commentary that illuminate the lives of the nearly two million Poles who emigrated to America between 1880 and 1910. The new introduction and epilogue make the book especially valuable in teaching United States history survey courses as well as immigration history and introductory sociology courses.
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