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Excerpt from Greek Immigration to the United States
Inasmuch as the book is based almost wholly on per sonal investigation, I am aware that it is open to the inaccuracies which beset that kind of a study. I have selected my sources of information with the greatest care, and have taken pains to avoid making any positive state ments unless I was myself convinced of the truth of them; yet there are undoubtedly errors due to faulty judgment. My hope is that on the whole my opinions and conclusions are not too widely at variance with those which a complete knowledge of all the facts would justify. The same causes have necessitated the frequent use of the first personal pronoun, which is undesirable but unavoidable.
In some cases I have felt compelled to suppress the exact identity of my informants, their position and the nature of the information furnished by them have been such as to lead them to request expressly that their names should not be mentioned.
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bound: 334 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 6, 2017)
isbn: 1330357914, 978-1330357910,
weight: 15.8 ounces (