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The old land and the new (1965)

by Robert Henry Billigmeier

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Introduction: Out of the torrential influx of nineteenth-century Europeans into America, the greatest population movement in all history, came an extensive literature of immigrant accounts portraying the new Americans' first contract with American Society and their early efforts at integration.
Account of a journey to North America and through the most significant parts thereof / Johannes Schweizer: Broad lands and the wild, deep ocean separate me from all of you, and hearing news from you seems almost like a message from gray antiquity.
Day book on a journey to North America in the year 1823 / J. Jakob Rütlinger: What new things have been happening there?
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0816657092, Paperback)

The Old Land and the New was first published in 1965. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions.

These are the journals in English translation of two early Swiss immigrants to America who provided an intriguing picture of life as they saw it in New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. The book is illustrated with sketches by the Swiss artist, Hans Erni.

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