Isaac Polvi: The Autobiography of a Finnish Immigrant

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With roots in post-feudal Finland, Isaac Polvis family had dreams of the new world. The family leaves twelve-year-old Isaac with relatives when they go to America. Abused where he was left, Isaac leaves and spends a year alone before the ticket arrives from America. He journeys to Calumet, Michigan, alone to rejoin his family.

Isaac Polvi: The Autobiography of a Finnish Immigrant 1991, North Star Press of St. Cloud

ISBN-13: 9780878390663

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