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More than 150 years ago, Van Raalte and a small band of followers arrived in a desolate, snow-covered forest. Today, the city and the college he founded there continue to thrive. Albertus C. Van Raalte is a detailed account of the causes for emigration, the hardships of travel to and arrival in a new land, and the long-lasting tensions between Americanization and maintenance of ethnic and religious heritage. Based on unpublished archival documents, diaries, and letters, this book offers a major contribution to the growing literature on immigration history.
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