Making Our Way: America at the Turn of the Century in the Words of the Poor and Powerless
Dial Press, 1975 - 170 страница
Fourteen first-person accounts of what life was like for the poor Americans at the beginning of the twentieth century. Includes stories of a teen-age girl working in a New York sweatshop, a Georgia sharecropper, a Lithuanian stockyard worker in Chicago, etc.
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An Anonymous Farmers Wife
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