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Manuel Gamio • 9 Items / 4 Books, 4 Articles, 1 Review
The Life Story of the Mexican Immigrant (1932)
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    Shorter Notices (9 Reviews)
    Gingertown, by Claude McKay
    1. Gingertown by Claude McKay
    2. Fathers of Their People by H.W. Freeman
    3. The Book of Living Verse by Louis Untermeyer
    4. The Running Footman by John Owen
    5. Mrs. Taylor by Marjorie Worthington
    6. The Getting of Wisdom by Henry Handel Richardson
    7. Lives by Gustav Eckstein
    8. The Life Story of the Mexican Immigrant by Manuel Gamio
    9. Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, Vol. II by Ray Stannard Baker and Woodrow Wilson
    The Nation, August 10, 1932, pp. 130-131
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    15 Books on the Chicanos (15 Reviews)
    A Special Supplement
    1. Forty Acres by Mark Day
    2. Barrio Boy by Ernesto Galarza
    3. The Life Story of the Mexican Immigrant by Manuel Gamio
    4. Grito! by Richard Gardner
    5. The Mexican-American People by Leo Grebler, Joan W. Moore, and Ralph C. Guzman
    6. So Shall Ye Reap by Joan London and Henry Anderson
    7. The Chicanos by Edward W. Ludwig and James Santibanez
    8. Sal Si Puedes by Peter Matthiessen
    9. North from Mexico by Carey McWilliams
    10. The Chicanos by Matt S. Meier and Feliciano Rivera
    11. Mexican Americans by Joan W. Moore and Alfredo Cuellar
    12. Chicano Manifesto by Armando B. Rendon
    13. Pain and Promise by Edward R. Simmen
    14. The Chicano by Edward R. Simmen
    15. Aztlan by Luis Valdez and Stan Steiner
    The New York Review of Books, August 31, 1972, pp. 12-16