Studies in Ethnicity: The East European Experience in America
Charles A. Ward, Shashko, Philip, Donald E. Pienkos
Boulder : East European Monographs ; New York, 1980 - History - 254 pages
A collection of studies on various aspects of ethnicity, by leading specialists, focusing on East Europeans' American experience.
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