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Greek and American Mosaic

"The Greek and American Mosaic is remarkable film concerning the life of Greek immigrants in the U.S.A." — Melina Mercouri, Late Actress & Greek Minister of Culture

Interviews with Greek immigrants, who came to America before 1910, and their recounting of their experiences in America which are contrasted by their relatives back in the "old country".

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The Greek and American Mosaic's soul is complete, its emotions intense, and its goal accomplished.
-Father Chris Kerhulas, ORTHODOX OBSERVER

This film is a tribute to the thousands of Greek men and women who worked in the shoe shops and cotton mills of New England.  With rare interviews, these immigrants, who came to America before 1910, recount their experiences which are contrasted by their relatives back in the "old country".

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Tags: Modern History, greeks, Greece, Labor, Immigrants, work, Family, Elderly, USA, heritage, Culture, Interviews, Greek language, World War

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