The Poles in America. The Poles in America. by. Fox, Paul, b. 1874. Polish Americans, Poland - History.
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The Poles in America book. By Paul Fox, pastor of St. Paul's Presbyterian. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Baltimore, Md. This is volume two in Racial Studies-New American Series. Mr. Fox was born of Polish parents in Austrian Silesia. His preparatory education was received in his own country, after which he graduated from Western Reserve University and took four years' postgraduate work at Johns Hopki The Poles in America more.
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Excerpt from book: to Jagiello, Gran. d Duke of Lithuania, in 1386, and in that way a union of Lithuania with Poland was effected in the person of the king,?a union which later on was voluntarily confirmed by the pact of Horodlo, 1413, and made indissoluble by the pact of Lublin of 1569. The significance of the fifteenth century.
Lopata (1976) argues that Poles differed from most other ethnic groups in America, in several ways. Built in 1922 by Polish-American Immigrants. Poles established approximately 50 Roman Catholic parishes in Minnesota. They did not plan to remain permanently and become "Americanized". Instead, they came temporarily, to earn money, invest, and wait for the right opportunity to return. Among them: St. Wojciech (Adalbert) and St. Kazimierz (Casimir) in St. Paul; Holy Cross, St. Philip, St. Hedwig (Jadwiga Slaska) and All Saints, in Minneapolis; Our Lady Star of the Sea and St. Casimir's in Duluth; and St. Kazimierz (Casimir) and St. Stanislaw Kostka in Winona.
Published 1922 by George H. Doran company in New York. Bibliography: p. (133)-139. Poland, United States. Part of plates printed on both sides. One of the studies of racial groups, in the new American series made under the auspices of the Interchurch world movement.
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