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Selected Recent Arrivals in Genealogy and Local History

Bubenicek, Rudolf.
A History of the Czechs in Chicago.
Chicago: [Czech & Slovak American Genealogy Society of Illinois], 2011.
Call No. F548.9 .B6 B813 2011
English translation of 1939 Dejiny Cechu v Chicagu.

Jasanoff, Maya.
Liberty’s Exiles: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World.
New York: A.A. Knopf, 2011.
Call No. E277 .J37 2011
History of Loyalist diaspora following end of the Revolution; National Book Critics Circle Award finalist.

Mirel, Jeffrey E.
Patriotic Pluralism: Americanization Education and European Immigrants.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard, 2010.
Call No. LC3731 .M58 2010
Exploration of Americanization education programs from the 1890’s through World War II.

Penner, Barbara.
Newlyweds on Tour: Honeymooning in Nineteenth-Century America.
Lebanon, NH: University of New Hampshire, 2009.
Call No. GT2798 .P46 2009
Role of honeymooning practices from 1820 to 1900 in creating an American national identity.

Rosin, Josef.
Protecting Our Litvak Heritage.
Coral Gables, FL: Friends of the Yurburg Jewish Cemetery, 2009.
Call No. DS135 .L5 R67 2009
History of fifty Jewish communities in Lithuania.

Shea, Jonathan D.
Going Home: a Guide to Polish American Family History Research.
United States: Language and Lineage Press, 2008.
Call No. Local History Ref E184 .P7 S54 2008
Excellent guide to researching in Polish archives.

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