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Our Plural History

This guide highlights library resources related to pluralism in the United States, with a focus on immigrant and ethnic groups in the Connecticut River Valley of western Massachusetts. It is designed as a supplement to STCC's Web site "Our Plural History". There is a page of resources giving an overview of the history of the Connecticut River Valley and it's cities, with separate pages on the chronological themes of the Web site: "First Peoples", "Colonial Period", "Resisting Slavery", "Industrialization and Immigration", and "Recent Arrivals". You may contact me with questions using the information in the box at the right.

 

Multicultural history on a national scale

A different mirror : a history of multicultural America - Ronald Takaki
Call Number: E184.A1.T335 1993
A multicultural scholar chronicles the history of America, from colonization to the 1992 L.A. riots, from the perspective of minorities.

A people's history of the United States : 1492-present - Howard Zinn
Call Number: E178.Z75 2003
A People's History tells America's story from the point of view of -- and in the words of -- America's women, factory workers, African-Americans, Native Americans, the working poor, and immigrant laborers.

The story of American freedom - Eric Foner
Call Number: E179 .F69 1998
Chronicles the history of America's pursuit of liberty, tracing the struggles among freed slaves, union organizers, women rights advocates, and other groups.

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Ruth Alcabes
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