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by Peter C. Marzio,Illustrated

  • ISBN: 0060128348
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  • Author: Peter C. Marzio,Illustrated
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: HarperCollins; First Edition edition (April 1976)
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Detailed history of immigrants as seen through objects, prints, and photographs at the Smithsonian Institution. With reference to a broad range of printed ephemera. 453 black-and-white illustrations. Minor creasing to spine. stiff paper wrappers.

Library of Congress Control Number: 75025051. International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

Library of Congress Control Number: 75025051. System Control Number: 10356692.

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Marzio, Peter C. Smithsonian Institution. 0060128364 pbk. : OCLC 1858158.

Added Corporate Author: Smithsonian Institution. ISBN: 9780060128364. Added Corporate Author: Smithsonian Institution.

Redirected from Smithsonian). It was founded on August 10, 1846, "for the increase and diffusion of knowledge". The institution is named after its founding donor, British scientist James Smithson

the people who came to America as seen through objects and documents exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution. 1st ed. by Peter C. Marzio.

the people who came to America as seen through objects and documents exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution.

The Smithsonian is the great convener, bringing diverse points of view into contact. A primary goal of the museum is to help America find whatever peace it can over issues of race. We exhibited the work at the Portrait Gallery and at the International Center of Photography in New York City. From there it went on a national tour. That strategy became our way of making a way out of no way. Later we obtained a dedicated space within the Museum of American History, and I started hiring curators who reflected America’s diversity.



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