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The Serbian Americans book. The Serbian Americans (Peoples of North America). 0791003043 (ISBN13: 9780791003046).
This is a list of notable Serbian Americans, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants. Dimitrije Đorđević, historian. Bogdan Denitch, sociologist. Boyan Jovanovic, an economics professor at New York University. Veselin Kesich, professor of theology and author.
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Describes the history, culture, and religion of the Serbian Americans; factors encouraging their emigration; and their acceptance as an ethnic group in North America. The Puerto Ricans (Peoples of North America) EAN 9780791003022. Booker T. Washington (Black Americans of Achievement) EAN 9780791002520. Harriet Tubman (Baa) (Pbk) (Z) (Black Americans of Achievement) EAN 9780791002490. The Iroquois: Indians of North America EAN 9780791003619. The Inuit (Indians of North America) EAN 9780791003800. The Lenapes (Indians of North America) EAN 9780791003855.
Serbian Americans (Serbian: Српски Американци, Srpski Amerikanci), in Serbian, the community is also known as American Serbs (Serbian: Амерички Срби, Američki Srbi).
Serbian Americans (Serbian: Српски Американци, Srpski Amerikanci), in Serbian, the community is also known as American Serbs (Serbian: Амерички Срби, Američki Srbi), are United States citizens of Serb ethnic ancestry. As of 2013, there are 189,671 American citizens of "Serbian ancestry" who identify as having Serb ancestry. However, the number may be higher, as some 291,045 people who identify as Yugoslavs living in the United States, and many, if not most Yugoslav immigrants were of Serb ethnicity.
Indigenous Peoples: North America brings together an immense an important body of primary source archival documents from important sources like the US Department of the Interior, missions, and manuscripts collections. Summing Up: Recommended.
Throughout the book, Mr. Bailyn patiently explains the origins of the people who migrated to America. Readers learn which regions of England, the Netherlands and Scandinavia produced the most migrants, which social classes were best represented, and the extent to which young males predominated within various migrant flows.
Most books dealing with North American Indigenous peoples are exhaustive in coverage. The result is a remarkably comprehensive book that provides a strong grounding for understanding Indigenous cultures in North America. They provide in-depth discussion of various culture areas which, while valuable, sometimes means that the big picture context is lost. This book offers a corrective to that trend by providing a concise, thematic overview of the key issues facing Indigenous peoples in North America, from prehistory to the present.
North America - North America - The people: In global terms, North America long remained a relatively empty and . The discussion that follows primarily covers the nonindigenous peoples of mainland North America.
North America - North America - The people: In global terms, North America long remained a relatively empty and economically undeveloped land until about 1500 ce. After that the continent began to receive great numbers of people from the Old World-primarily Europe and Africa-and it underwent a profound transformation.