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The History of the United States - US Immigrants a Mulit-Cultural Journey
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The History of the United States - US Immigrants a Mulit-Cultural Journey
Part of the Series: A Nation Of Immigrants

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Jen

Probably a great resource for a 5-8th grade history class. For anyone with a greater understanding of US immigration, this is an exceptionally basic review.