Lecture Description

Some of the most unforgettable stories about American citizenship took place in some of the most unlikely of places and under the most perplexing circumstances during the early twentieth century. The Trans-Mississippi West served as a crucible where the politics of war, race, and naturalization converged in the midst of the American involvement in World War Two.

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Immigration World War II

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Robert F. Jefferson Jr.

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