Clandestine union meetings, and fellow workers and neighbors paid to spy on behalf of the Oliver Iron Mining Corporation, add intrigue to a tale of immigrant dreams and harsh realties in a new country.
The company hires replacement workers, and things get violent. What happens to the family by the end of the story?
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A particular ty This is a title in a Scholastic series focusing on various groups of people immigrating to the United States. Kraan, Dirk Roos, and Cees Otto. Otto and his father try hard to get the miners organized and get better pay and working conditions, but that never happens, though the family does save enough money to buy a farm.
I was happy to see names that are still around today in this book. Readers will be able to put a human face to terms such as scab labor and being blacklisted.
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Do you think The Journal of Otto Peltonen is a story of success or failure? Dust from the mine covers everything, and mosquitoes swarm through the cracks in the walls. This title focuses on an extremely hard working Finnish family in Minnesota who live with very little for the goal of eventually purchasing a farm.
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New York: Scholastic. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Durbin, William,The Journal of Otto Peltonen, a Finnish Immigrant. New York: Scholastic, MLA Citation (style guide) Durbin, William. The Journal of Otto Peltonen, a Finnish Immigrant. First edition. My Name Is America is a series of historical novels for older boys (ages ) published by Scholastic ultimedescente.com book is written in the form of a journal of a fictional young man's life during an important event or time period in American ultimedescente.com series was published between and The Journal of Otto Peltonen, by William Durbin, is a compilation of journal entries from a young teenager's journal during his early years in America.
Otto's father immigrated to Minnesota two years before the rest of Otto's fmaily could come and join him/5.
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In fifteen-year-old Otto describes in his journal how he travels from Finland to America, joining his father in a dreary iron mining community in Minnesota and becoming involved in a union fight for better working conditions. "Otto Peltonen is a fictional character created by the author and his.
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