And Crown Thy Good

And Crown Thy Good An autobiography of an immigrant boy from a small village in Russia Motele who comes to America in as a year old and finds work in the garment industry on New York s Lower East Side In Ameri

  • Title: And Crown Thy Good
  • Author: Philip Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An autobiography of an immigrant boy from a small village in Russia, Motele, who comes to America in 1890 as a 14 year old and finds work in the garment industry on New York s Lower East Side In America, he finds the opportunity to become educated His life is influenced by Jane Addams and other social reformers He graduates from Harvard and finds his calling in addressiAn autobiography of an immigrant boy from a small village in Russia, Motele, who comes to America in 1890 as a 14 year old and finds work in the garment industry on New York s Lower East Side In America, he finds the opportunity to become educated His life is influenced by Jane Addams and other social reformers He graduates from Harvard and finds his calling in addressing the needs of immigrants like himself This book describes his childhood in Motele, his journey to America, his struggles and enlightenment in America and documents the social struggles of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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    1. I wanted to read this book because it is one of the few I have found that provides details about life in a small village in Russia that several of my ancestors came from. This book of memoirs was written in 1952, shortly before the author died, at the age of 76. The early chapters provided rich details of his childhood in Motele,in the Pale of Settlement, including the food, the celebration of holidays, the games played by children, the conditions of poverty and the relationships between the res [...]


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