When immigrants from Central Europe arrived in America in the late 1800s and early 1900s, they often came to cities like Bethlehem, Pennsylvania a cities bursting with the new energies and opportunities of industrialization, and with the challenges of assimilating dozens of cultures into what had been pastoral communities only a few decades before. For most immigrants, industrial working conditions were harsh and brutal, and living conditions were not much better. But the immigrants a Windish, Hungarians, Slovaks, and others a stayed and made lives for themselves ab lives that reached from nineteenth-century famine in Europe and the horrors of World War I to manas landing on the moon and the dawn of the computer age. It is in the stories of individual lives that this immigrant journey can be glimpsed a in everyday stories, universally human stories a stories told around a table covered in oilcloth. oilclothstories.comBambi, with her good looks, outgoing nature, and flirtatious charm, quickly landed a customer service job with a local ... a brown bag lunch at Goodmana#39;s or the treat of lunch at the nearby Archonda#39;s Ice Cream Parlor or the Royal Restaurant.
|Author||:||Carol Dean Henn|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2015-07-22|