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It's a great book I used YEARS ago when I was teaching 2nd grade. It hits home for me because my grandparents were all immigrants. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Barbara Fisher
This is a great history book for children. It is very informative. We have become fans of all of the "If you..." books we have received.Published 12 months ago by geashu
this was a kid's book with little content; it is geared more for a child to read, not for an adult to use.Published 15 months ago by Barbara Benner
Nice. Easy to understand. This would be a good gift for school-age children who are studying early US history. Or for anyone doing genealogy research.Published 19 months ago by Charlotte F.
My 8 year old daughter had to do a non-fiction booklet report. We were perusing the internet and came across Ellis Island as a possible subject to cover. Read morePublished on May 15, 2013 by D Kelly
Interesting to learn how names got changed to simpler "American" names. A lot of names were changed upon entering the US by misunderstanding of other languages.Published on January 8, 2013 by sueellen28