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" Slav was content to live in a one-room hut, built by his own hands, on a hillside near the mine, of driftwood gathered at spare moments from along the highway, and roofed with tin from discarded powder-cans; or he crowded into the poorer and cheaper living... "
The Slav Invasion and the Mine Workers: A Study in Immigration - Page 68
by Frank Julian Warne - 1904 - 211 pages
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The Immigrant Invasion

Frank Julian Warne - United States - 1913 - 336 pages
...Slavs and Italians do not object to living in a one-room hut built by their own hands on the hillside, of driftwood, gathered at spare moments from along the highway and roofed with tins from discarded powder cans. In not a few of their living places the most conspicuous articles...
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The United States: An Experiment in Democracy

Carl Lotus Becker - Democracy - 1920 - 332 pages
...Slavs and Italians do not object to living in a one-room hut built by their own hands on the hillside, of driftwood gathered at spare moments from along...highway, and roofed with tin from discarded powder-cans. In not a few of their living-places the most conspicuous articles of furniture are bunks arranged in...
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