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Immigrants: A Library of Congress Book
Martin W. Sandler (au); James H. Billington (in)
The Library of Congress, located in Wash., D.C., is often called “the storehouse of our national memory,” and is home to the largest collection of knowledge on earth. Here is a fascinating look into the past at some of the most important events in our country’s history through the pictures stored in the Library’s vast archives. It shows what it was like for people to leave their homelands behind in search of a better life in the U.S., and the struggles they went through once they arrived on these shores through: quotes from immigrants’ letters and diaries; vintage photos; posters; and paintings. “A breathtaking look back through time at the challenges and triumphs of the millions of immigrants who have journeyed to our country.” Ages 8 and up. Illustrations.
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