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Rezension: "Stolarik's study is a welcome addition to scholarship on immigration to North America from Eastern Europe. Others will likely find the book a useful starting point for further research. Stolarik has done a fine job combining the historiographical and the personal into a work of high quality that will surely attract the attention of both academics and interested readers." (F.D. Raska, Slavonic and East European Review 92.4, 2014)

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M. Mark Stolarik
Verlag: Peter Lang Okt 2012 (2012)
ISBN 10: 3034311699 ISBN 13: 9783034311694
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(Einbeck, Deutschland)

Buchbeschreibung Peter Lang Okt 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 226x141x28 mm. Neuware - Between 1870 and 2010 over half a million Slovaks migrated to the USA and Canada. As other ethnic groups from East Central Europe, they headed principally to the industrial triangle of the USA and to central Canada's cities in search of work. Finding themselves in strange surroundings, they quickly established institutions that helped them to survive in a capitalist economy and to also preserve their religion, language and culture. As for many other ethnic groups, the border between the USA and Canada was to them irrelevant. Slovaks crossed it according to economic need and stayed in touch with each other. Meanwhile, they also remained in touch with their families in Europe and helped their people to survive Magyarization in Austria-Hungary, to achieve self-determination in the new Republic of Czechoslovakia and, finally, independence. For the first time ever, the author has told the epic story of Slovak immigration to North America. Based upon forty years of archival and library research, supplemented by the life histories of over two dozen families scattered across the USA and Canada, and lavishly illustrated, this book will satisfy both academics and the general public who have long been waiting for a comprehensive history of this significant member of the family of Slavic nations. 392 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783034311694

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