Immigrant Life in New York City, 1825-1863
Syracuse University Press, 01/11/1994 - 348 páginas
This is a historical study of acculturation in New York City. It documents the Americanization of foreign enclaves within the city, showing the effects produced by church, school, foreign-language press and libraries - the methods by which the Democratic Party enlisted the immigrant vote.
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