For God and Country: The Rise of Polish and Lithuanian Ethnic Consciousness in America, 1860-1910, Issue 2
An investigation of the roots of ethnic self-awareness at the parish and neighborhood levels. Greene questions the traditional interpretation of the immigrant experience and illuminates an important chapter of American history.
Distributed for the Wisconsin Historical Society Press.
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