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Osobný odber už na 36 miestach po slovensku
Marta Dobrotková: A Slovak woman and America
Počet strán: 152
Väzba: tvrdá
EAN: 9788374903820
Jazyk: anglický
ISBN: 978-83-7490-382-0
Dátum vydania: 24. mája 2011
Vydavateľstvo:  Trnavská univerzita v Trnave
Orig. vydavateľstvo: 

A Slovak woman and America

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O knihe: In the first phase of emigration (1880s) men were migrating first and then they were followed by women. It is

interesting that since the men crossed the Atlantic several times in a row they were given a wonderful nickname – ‘the

birds of the sea’. Following these emigrants, young women who could not find a life partner at home and married

women following their husbands were coming. Like men, women belonged to different social groups too. Wives of

evangelical priests, traders, and some representatives of associations and organizations belonged to intellectual

groups. Except the middle classes, such as merchants and craftsmen, most of the expatriates can be classified as

based in lowest social layers. These were miners, steel workers and auxiliaries.

This present work has an ambition to deal with a marginal phenomenon of emigration, but in particular with the issue of

Slovak women in the U. S. , the emergence of the first Slovak female associations, primarily the Zivena, the First

Catholic Ladies Organization (Prva zenska katolicka jednota), The Ladies Pennsylvania Greek – Catholic Union (

Pennsylvanska greckokatolicka zenska jednota), the Lutheran Union (Evanjelicka jednota), as well as with the

development of the first Slovak female orders and congregations in America. This work also partly touches the topic of

the first Czech-Slovak resistance, especially the participation of Slovak women in resistance activities.

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