La Immigrata- Book One

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Annie and her two year old daughter travel to America to join up with Joe, the love of her life.
Come with her and experience the numerous trials of a 1912 Atlantic crossing, the many tests and exams that Ellis Island demands and the long three day journey by train... taking them to their new home in Utah, over 4,000 miles from her home in Italy. More
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About Anna Florin

Anna likes to write about a variety of subjects... everything from saving money, to writing about ghosts and history. She's excited to have the opportunity to have others experience her work and wants to suggest readers visit her website... Featherwood Publishing, at www.featherwoodpublishing.com. Not only are her books listed in paperback format, but you'll find lots of other authors there as well. Many exciting books for children, teens, young adults and adults. Cookbooks, 4-wheeling getaways, suspense, military, you name it. Check it out.

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La Immigrata (The Immigrant)
Coming to America was a dream of a lifetime. See how immigrants adapted to the many changes of the Industrial Revolution. See how they coped with the discrimination and hatred they found in their new home.

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Review by: Pat Robison on Dec. 07, 2011 :
A MUST read! It has been a while since I read both books in the La Immigrata series, but the characters and stories remain with me. Since our country was founded by immigrants, this is everyones story. Fascinating read of the struggles, heartbreaks & successes of this family as they integrate into a new country and culture. The novels are enhanced by all the historical facts of the area that add an education aspect for the reader. MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: peggy clark on Dec. 02, 2011 :
I loved this book. Based on a true story, the author did an amazing amount of research prior to writing the book. She interlaces the storyline with historical facts. Anyone, who's ancestors immigrated to America, can relate to this story. History buffs will love how the storyline is supported by historical facts of that time period and local businesses. It's a very touching, and informative novel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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