Polish Americans and Their History

Polish Americans and Their History

Community, Culture, and Politics

Book - 1996
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Polish Americans comprise one of America's largest ethnic groups. Engaging contemporary methodological, theoretical, and historiographical issues, this book examines the history of Polish-American working people, women and families, religion, and politics, as well as other rarely studied issues.
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, c1996
ISBN: 9780822939535
0822939533
Branch Call Number: 973.049185 Polish
973.049185 Polish
Characteristics: xv, 278 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Bukowczyk, John J. 1950-

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Polish Americans comprise one of America's largest ethnic groups. Engaging contemporary methodological, theoretical, and historiographical issues, this book examines the history of Polish-American working people, women and families, religion, and politics, as well as other rarely studied issues.


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