Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania

By Stephanie Longo

Italians of Northeastern Pennsylvania is not the first book Stephanie Longo dedicates to the history and presence of Italian immigrants in North America. With her considerable efforts, Longo is helping to fill the void that still makes the experiences and lives of these people largely...

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Iron Annie and a Long Journey

By Lisa M. Hutchison

Iron Annie and a Long Journey by Lisa M. Hutchison is the story of a couple who fell in love and how the war had an impact on their lives and the lives of their children for years to come. Albert took his time to...

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Images of Modern America

Italians of Lackawanna County
By Stephanie Longo

Stories about first-generation immigrants fill entire books. However, it is rare to find out what happened to the second, third, and fourth generations unless people achieve fame. This is a pity because the descendants’ stories can be interesting from many points of view. They can...

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Iran from Crown to Turbans

By Gail Rose Thompson

Iran from Crown to Turbans is a work of historical non-fiction penned by author Gail Rose Thompson which takes a deeper look at the fascinating history and culture of the country of Iran. Utilizing both historical research and the personal experience of living in the...

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Israel Against All Odds

Anti-Semitism From Its Beginnings To The Holocaust Years
By Christopher H. K. Persaud

Israel Against All Odds: Anti-Semitism From Its Beginnings to The Holocaust Years by Christopher H. K. Persaud is a powerful expose and a reflection on the tribulations of Israel throughout history. The author reflects on anti-semitism around the world, tracing its origins in history and...

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I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures

By Gerry Lites Watkins

The stories contained in I Remember New Orleans and Other Treasures read like vignettes or cultural and historical time capsules. In the first story, the author, Gerry Lites Watkins, shares memories of her early years in New Orleans while living with an aunt. Another one...

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Israel Against All Odds

By Christopher H.K. Persaud

It is a nation that elicits strong opinions and emotions across the globe. For a long time, Israel has been on the receiving end of anti-Semitic sentiments and actions. In Israel - Against All Odds, Christopher H.K. Persaud presents the journey of the Jewish people...

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It Was What It Was

My Memoir
By Diane Haley Toney

It Was What It Was: My Memoir by Diane Haley Toney is a memoir of growing up in the idyllic post-war era of the American South during the 1950s. It Was What It Was begins without much of a preamble and jumps into the beginning...

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In The Afternoon Sun

My Alexandria
By Julie Hill

In The Afternoon Sun: My Alexandria by Julie Hill is a memoir that captures the pulse and soul of the city of Alexandria in Egypt, a story that transports readers to a metropolis that was once a melting pot of cultures and civilizations. Her parents...

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I Had Jelly on My Nose And a Hole in My Breeches

The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey
By Robert McNally

Robert McNally tells readers in the introduction to I Had Jelly on My Nose And a Hole in My Breeches that his friends call him “the memory man”, and boy, are they right! What an astounding memory McNally has for times, places, names and...

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