Americans All, Immigrants All
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Americans All, Immigrants All

By United States Department of the Interior Office of Education
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Table of Contents
  • AMERICANS ALL—IMMIGRANTS ALL
  • THE STAFF
  • THE PROGRAMS AND THEIR PURPOSE
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
  • What Brought Us to the United States?
    • Great Historic Freedoms
    • Religious Liberty
    • Personal and Political Liberty
    • Economic Liberty
    • Intellectual Liberty
    • Cultural Liberty
  • When We Came to the United States
  • The Development of Our Immigration Policy
    • The Open Door
    • Federal Control
    • Checking the Tide
    • Our Present Policy
  • Ourselves and Our Neighbors
  • The Immigrant and Our Economic Progress
    • Cotton
    • Tobacco
    • Railroads
    • Automobiles
    • Steel
    • Coal
    • Farming
  • Pulling Together—The American Way
    • Priceless Gifts
    • The Art of Living Together
    • Milestones of Progress
  • Recordings of “Americans All—Immigrants All”
  • Are People Really Different?
    • Physical Characteristics
    • Mental Characteristics
    • Important Findings
  • Immigration from 1820 to 1936
  • Our Gifts to Science and to Agriculture
    • Medicine
    • Physics
    • Astronomy
    • Chemistry
    • Exploration
    • Other Sciences
    • Philosophers
    • Agriculture
  • Our Gifts to Industry and Commerce
    • Inventions
    • Transportation
    • Manufacturing
    • Communication
    • Commerce
    • Mining
    • Banking
    • Building
  • Our Gifts to the Arts and Crafts
    • Literature
    • Music
    • Art
    • Sculpture
    • Architecture
    • Motion Pictures
    • Theatre
    • Journalism
  • Our Gifts to Social Progress and Government
    • Social Welfare
    • Government and Politics
    • Philanthropy
    • Champions of Human Liberty
    • National Defense
    • Labor
    • Religious Work
    • Education
    • Law and Order
  • THE PROGRAMS AND THEIR PURPOSE
  • THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE
  • The Script Review Committee
  • Books to Read and Sources of Other Materials
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENT
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