This vintage work contains an interesting and informative human study of America's citizens from Europe. It is not intended to be a statistical immigration treatise, but rather it aims to show in common, close-up, personal terms, what kind of people Americans of foreign-language origin, were. It aims to show how they contributed to the American scene, how they lived in the land of their adoption, and how they were viewed and treated there. The chapters of this book include: 'Native American Home Town: 1938 Model', 'Scandinavian American', 'German Americans', 'Polish Americans', and 'Russian Americans'. We are republishing this antiquarian volume now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.