AIMILIA - GEORGIOS $ 19.80
by H. Papanikolas, 327 pgs, 6.3x9.3, Cloth
This volume makes a significant contribution to the growing record of the Greek experience in America. The author draws a profile of homeland beginnings, of migration, of struggle in the new country, of success, and finally of death.
EDUCATION AND GREEK AMERICANS $ 12.00
edited by S.D. Orfanos, 216 pgs, 5.5x8.5, Paper
The editors provide a clear overview of the language, social factors and public policy issues necessary to understand the present status and future direction of the pedagogical tasks faced by the Greek American community.
THE GOLDEN GREEK:An All American Story Reference $ 17.95
by N. Tsiotos & A. Dabilis, 245 pgs, 6.0x9.0, Paper
For the glorious decade, from 1945-55, Harry Agganis ruled sports headlines across the United States. He was a quadruple threat All-America football star and one of the most sought after baseball players. But the story of Harry Agganis is his clean-cut life and love for family, friends and church - until tragedy struck suddelnly. This, for the first time, is the story of the man they called "The Golden Greek."
GREEK AMERICAN COMMUNITY IN TRANSITION $ 12.00
edited by H. Psomiades, 290 pgs, 5.5x8.5, Paper
At the time of the first influx of Greeks into the U.S., the average Greek immigrants came lured by the prospect of economic prosperity. Now half a century later with Greek Americans having distinguished themselves, the Greek American community is firmly established in the fabric of American Society.
GREEK AMERICANS: Struggle and Success $ 22.95
by Charles C Moskos, 176 pgs, 6x9, Paper
Blending sociological insight with historical detail, this is an engrossing account of Greek Americans-their history, strengths, conflicts, aspirations & contributions. Moskos traces the Greek experience in America from the 18th century through the wave of mass immigration in this century.
GREEK TRADITIONS AND CUSTOMS IN AMERICA, A Guide To $ 25.00
by M. Rouvelas, 320 pgs, 7.2x10.3, illustrated, Cloth
This book is a treasury of lore and practical information that will be indispensable to anyone marrying into a Greek family as well as to Greek Americans eager to learn more about their heritage.
JOURNEY OF PURPOSE $ 17.00
by Paul Tsongas, 114 pgs, 5.0x8.7, Cloth
In this inspiring book, one of the most respected senior figures in American politics defines his political philosophy for the country as we approach the end of the century.
NEW DIRECTIONS IN GREEK AMERICAN STUDIES $ 12.95
edited by D. Georgakas, 182 pgs, 5.5x8.5, Paper
This volume presents a selection of papers presented in the conference "The Greek American Experience", which opened up new and important research areas in the nascent field of Greek American studies.
A PLACE FOR US P $ 11.45, C $ 22.00
by Nicholas Gage, 419 pgs, 5.5x8.8
This story is the powerful true account of how four children fled their war torn Greek homeland after the murder of their mother to make a new life in America with a father they had not seen in a decade.
REALMS OF GOLD $ 23.95
by A.N. Frangos, 470 pgs, 5.5x8.5, Paper
This volume is a modern day Iliad but the war has been transferred to the plains of New Jersey as two Greek diners battle it out in this tale of revenge, lust and greed. This fast-paced, sexy, and bouncy tale moves between America and Greece, poking fun at the norms and values of both societies.
SMALL BIRD, TELL ME P $ 16.95, C $ 25.95
by H. Papanikolas, 198 pgs, 6.3x9.3, Cloth
We children of Greek immigrants were raised on proverbs, forced to attend Greek school, listened to three-hour-long liturgies in the small church, rows of candles burning in red votive glasses lighting the icons. incense blue and heavy. This volume ensures that the Greek immigrant experiences will not be lost in history.
SPANNING A CENTURY $ 20.95
by Ann Sederocannelis, 300 pgs, 6.2x9.2, Cloth
Here is a book that takes us from the Old World into the New, from simple village to busy metropoilis, and recreates the seemingly swift, astonishing pace of change in custom, habitat, and technology. Long-forgotten practices and rituals are vividly recreated. The difficult but victorius struggles of immigrants to claim the promise that America held are movingly recounted.