Historical Tours The New York Immigrant Experience by Globe Pequot
Trace the Path of America's Heritage (Touring History)

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America's "melting pot" began here in New York City, as millions of immigrants from all over the world streamed past the Statue of Liberty and into Ellis Island to begin their lives in their new country. In this book, you'll find walking tours that help you discover the most important landmarks and historical sites that mattered to these new Americans. You'll explore New York's Lower East Side, Little Italy, Chinatown, and gateways to American culture--and you'll go uptown to the Barrio, Astoria, and Harlem to find new communities with deep roots in countries half a world away. The New York Immigrant Experience also points you toward present-day restaurants, lodging, and shopping to help you share the cultures that make New York the most diverse city in the United States.

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Randi Minetor is a travel author, a lifelong upstate New York resident, an avid birder and an active participant in the efforts to preserve open space in upstate New York and beyond. A member of the board of directors and steering committee for the Genesee Land Trust in Rochester, Randi's firsthand understanding of the value of critical habitat stems from nearly twenty years of combing the region's grasslands, lakeshores, woods and wetlands to observe bird species and behaviors.
Published April 15, 2015 by Globe Pequot Press. 128 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction