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Stories Grandma Never Told by Sue Fagalde Lick
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Sep 02, 09

bookshelves: nonfiction, history, genealogy-books, borrowed-it, culture-sociology, read-it-but-dont-own-it
Recommended to Monica by: No one
Recommended for: women, genealogists, Portuguese
Read in September, 2009, read count: 1

This book follows the lives of Portuguese immigrants (all are women) and their daughters. It covers the culture, education, language, and careers of these women. It was a great read for me since I am of Portuguese descent to try to understand what these women were like and what it was like to move to a new country and learn a new language. I never realized what strong work ethic they had and what resilient people they were and are. It certainly makes me proud of my heritage. It also has a great bibliography so that I can find more books on the subject.

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07/23/2009 page 44
09/01/2009 page 138
54.76% "Great stories"
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