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Puerto Rican Americans: Immigrants in America
Kate A. Conley (au)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
A book in the “Immigrants in America” series which offers young readers insight into the compelling story of immigration to the United States. This book on the Puerto Rican Americans details their reasons for leaving their homeland, conditions during the journey to America, challenges they faced upon arrival, and their ability to adjust to life in their new home. Primary source quotations, informational sidebars, and annotated bibliographies enhance the narrative, making this volume an ideal resource for young readers. Over 40 photos and maps.
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