Coming and Becoming: Pluralism in New York State History
The emphasis of this volume is upon people in groups who have come to New York State from other nations and other continents, or, like Native Americans and New Englanders, were already here but displayed the characteristics of a distinct national group.
The essays featured in this book offer implicit insights and specific examples relating to religion, gender, education, the family, children, rites of passage, work and play, and other strands of culture. This anthology also provides a convenient collection of readings as a resource for undergraduate courses in New York State history.
Paperback, 478 pages.
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