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American Voices, American Lives

A Documentary Reader

by Wayne Franklin

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by W. W. Norton & Company .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages673
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Open LibraryOL7458899M
ISBN 100393970949
ISBN 109780393970944

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Americans about their everyday lives. The voices are entirely distinct—men, women, and children; white, black, Native American, Jewish—spanning four centuries, from early American settlers in Jamestown in the s to modern day corporate lunches in mid-town Manhattan. Yet the stories are loosely linked by subtle. "Skillfully selected, translated, and annotated, this compelling compendium of voices bear witness to the diversity and depth of the Chinese American experience and, significantly, its indispensable centrality to American life and history."and#;Gary Y. Okihiro, author of Common Ground: Reimagining American History"Here at last is a wide-ranging record of Chinese American experiences from.

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