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German workers in Chicago; a documentary history of working-class culture from 1850 to World War I. Edited by Harmut Keil and John B. Jentz, with the assistance of Klaus Ensslen, Hanns-Theodor Fu·, Christiane Harzig, and Heinz Ickstadt. Documents translated by Burt Weinshanker.

University of Illinois Press, Urbana. 1988, [xii], 427p., illus., dj. The working class in American history.

Cat.No: 850

Price: $25.00

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