Americans All, Immigrants All


Read by Mark F. Smith

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The United States Department of the Interior, Office of Education partnered with the Columbia Broadcasting System to present a series of 26 dramatic radio broadcast programs detailing the role of immigrants in the development of the USA. This small volume was printed as a supplement to the programs. It contains a great deal of the data concerning the contributions of immigrants to the country, often in condensed or tabular form, which were highlighted in the broadcasts. - Summary by Mark Smith (1 hr 56 min)

Chapters

The Programs and Their Purposes 7:22 Read by Mark F. Smith
What Brought Us to the United States 10:12 Read by Mark F. Smith
When We Came to the United States 8:53 Read by Mark F. Smith
The Development of Our Immigrant Policy 11:02 Read by Mark F. Smith
The Immigrant and Our Economic Progress 7:25 Read by Mark F. Smith
Pulling Together - The American Way 6:07 Read by Mark F. Smith
Are People Really Different? 8:41 Read by Mark F. Smith
Immigration From 1820 to 1936 5:56 Read by Mark F. Smith
Our Gifts to Science and to Agriculture 11:24 Read by Mark F. Smith
Our Gifts to Industry and to Commerce 11:58 Read by Mark F. Smith
Our Gifts to the Arts and Crafts 12:30 Read by Mark F. Smith
Our Gifts to Social Progress and Government 11:53 Read by Mark F. Smith
"Dear Listener" 2:37 Read by Mark F. Smith