Never despair: a tale of the emigrants. Founded on fact.
"An early example of American immigrant social fiction. Dedicated to the Emigrants' Friend Society of Cincinnati, a detailed novel meant to enlighten readers to the travails of the new wave of German immigrants coming to American and their best way of succeeding in their new country; the s...
New York, Boston,
Scofield & Voorhies; Whipple & Damrell,
|Notes:||Ascribed to Hermann Bokum--Wright I, 332.|
|Description:||104 pages 15 cm|
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