When immigrants from Central Europe arrived in America in the late 1800s and early 1900s, they often came to cities like Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - cities bursting with the new energies and opportunities of industrialization, and with the challenges of assimilating dozens of cultures into what had been pastoral communities only a few decades before. For most immigrants, industrial working conditions were harsh and brutal, and living conditions were not much better. But the immigrants - Windish, Hungarians, Slovaks, and ...

Oilcloth Stories 2015, FriesenPress

ISBN-13: 9781460240939

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Oilcloth Stories 2015, FriesenPress

ISBN-13: 9781460240922

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