Americans All, Immigrants All

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR OFFICE OF EDUCATION ( - )

The United States Department of the Interior, Office of Education partnered with the Columbia Broadcasting System to present a series of 26 dramatic radio broadcast programs detailing the role of immigrants in the development of the USA. This small volume was printed as a supplement to the programs. It contains a great deal of the data concerning the contributions of immigrants to the country, often in condensed or tabular form, which were highlighted in the broadcasts. - Summary by Mark Smith

Genre(s): History , Social Science (Culture & Anthropology)

Language: English

Section Chapter Author Source Reader Time Language
Play 01 The Programs and Their Purposes Etext Mark F. Smith
00:07:22
Play 02 What Brought Us to the United States Etext Mark F. Smith
00:10:12
Play 03 When We Came to the United States Etext Mark F. Smith
00:08:53
Play 04 The Development of Our Immigrant Policy Etext Mark F. Smith
00:11:02
Play 05 The Immigrant and Our Economic Progress Etext Mark F. Smith
00:07:25
Play 06 Pulling Together - The American Way Etext Mark F. Smith
00:06:07
Play 07 Are People Really Different? Etext Mark F. Smith
00:08:41
Play 08 Immigration From 1820 to 1936 Etext Mark F. Smith
00:05:56
Play 09 Our Gifts to Science and to Agriculture Etext Mark F. Smith
00:11:24
Play 10 Our Gifts to Industry and to Commerce Etext Mark F. Smith
00:11:58
Play 11 Our Gifts to the Arts and Crafts Etext Mark F. Smith
00:12:30
Play 12 Our Gifts to Social Progress and Government Etext Mark F. Smith
00:11:53
Play 13 "Dear Listener" Etext Mark F. Smith
00:02:37