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Americans All, Immigrants All

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Americans All, Immigrants All by U.S. Department of the Interior Office of Education provides a comprehensive overview of the history of immigration in the United States. The book traces the journey of immigrants from various countries, detailing their struggles, challenges, and contributions to American society.

The book also explores the impact of immigration on the economy, culture, and political landscape of the United States. It highlights the diversity and richness that immigrants bring to the country, emphasizing the importance of inclusivity and acceptance.

Overall, Americans All, Immigrants All is a thought-provoking and informative read that sheds light on the immigrant experience in America. It serves as a reminder of the essential role that immigrants play in shaping the nation and underscores the importance of embracing diversity and unity.

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The United States Department of the Interior, Office of Education partnered with the Columbia Broadcasting System to present a series of 26 dramatic radio broadcast programs detailing the role of immigrants in the development of the USA. This small volume was printed as a supplement to the programs. It contains a great deal of the data concerning the contributions of immigrants to the country, often in condensed or tabular form, which were highlighted in the broadcasts. - Summary by Mark Smith

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