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SPRING 2005 CATALOG

Ethnic Utica

 
 
Edited by James S. Pula

Cloth $19.95   |    0-9668178-5-0    |   2005

Description
The history of America is the history of the people that have settled it from all over the world. This volume includes twelve essays by scholars on the local history of the most significant ethnic groups in the Utica, New York area, including the African, Bosnian, German, Irish, Italian, Jewish, Lebanese, Oneida Indian, Polish, Syrian, Ukrainian, and Welsh communities. The essays illuminate the reasons why the groups migrated to Central New York and includes the social, economic, political, religious and cultural development of the ethnic communities; and the contributions of the various groups to the development of the local areas.

Editor
James S. Pula is dean of graduate and continuing education and director of ethnic heritage studies at Utica College.

6 x 9, pages, 100 photographs and illustrations, index
Distributed for Ethnic Heritage Studies Center at Utica College



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