|Statement||By Edmund G. Olszyk ...|
|LC Classifications||PN4885.P7 O4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 95 p.|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||43036902|
Genre/Form: Academic theses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Olszyk, Edmund G. Polish press in America. Milwaukee, Wis., Marquette University Press, A Picture of the Polish Press in America (Editorial) that an awakening will envelop the Polish press, an awakening 4from which will evolve better understanding, peace, and harmony both in religious and patriotic matters. The Pole In America will then be able to progress more rapidly and serve its native and adopted countries better. This new, abridged edition of the classic five-volume work The Polish Peasant in Europe and America brings together documents and commentary that illuminate the lives of the nearly two million Poles who emigrated to America between and The new introduction and epilogue make the book especially valuable in teaching United States history survey courses as well as immigration history 5/5(1). This work engages with the origins debate and demonstrates that the Polish-language press covered seminal issues during the interwar years, the war, and the Holocaust extensively on their front and main story pages, and were extremely responsive, professional, and vocal in their journalism.
[T]his book should be the starting point for any reader who wishes to understand the four or five million Americans who claim a Polish heritageEdward R. Kantowicz, American Historical Review-[A History of the Polish Americans] is the best survey to date of the Polish experience in America. The readable style and profuse illustrations will Reviews: 5. “American Warsaw is something new and necessary, a book Chicago didn’t know it needed until it showed up. American Warsaw chronicles the unique nature of Chicago’s ‘Polonia’—its community of Poles and Polish descendants outside of tells the story of how Chicago came to have such a large Polish population, and to even be considered a part of Poland in exile, the. The history of Poles in the United States dates to the American Colonial era. Poles have lived in present-day United States territories for over years—since There are 10 million Americans of Polish descent in the U.S. today, making it the largest diaspora of Poles in the world. Polish Americans have always been the largest group of Slavic origin in the United States. Founded in , the Polish Museum preserves artifacts of the Polish American experience and mounts displays of costumes, religious artifacts and Polish art. It also maintains a 25,volume library for researchers and the Polish American Historical Association which is concerned with the history of Poles in America.
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