Ethnic Landmarks

Ethnic Landmarks Hidden among bricks and brownstones are clues to the mysterious disappearance of people from distant places Ethnic Landmarks tours buildings and cultural sites worthy of preservation Each building is

  • Title: Ethnic Landmarks
  • Author: Todd Shallat Todd A Shallat
  • ISBN: 9780978886806
  • Page: 169
  • Format: None
  • Hidden among bricks and brownstones are clues to the mysterious disappearance of people from distant places Ethnic Landmarks tours buildings and cultural sites worthy of preservation Each building is a reminder that Boise, an immigrant city, has long been a cultural crossroad and surprisingly diverse.

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    1. Interesting to learn about Boise's diverse background. Ethnic Landmarks is great as an introduction to the topic. However, the layout and citations leave a lot to be desired. Personally, I would have enjoyed specific citations rather than three pages of vague "Key Sources" at the end of the book. The phrasing of some of the sentences is borderline offensive at times, but I don't believe this was out of maliciousness--just poor word choice.

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