B147 – The People’s of the Arctic: / By Kevin Osborn - Introductory Essay by Daniel Patrick Moynahan

From the Preface:  Immigrants did not abandon their ethnic traditions when they reached the shores of North America.  Each ethnic group had its own customs and tradiitons, and each brought different experiences, accomplishments, skills, values, styles of dress and tastes in food that lingered long after its arrival.  Yet this profusion of differences created a singularity, or bond, among the immigrants.  Paperback, pp 111,