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Women Vietnamese Refugees in the United States: Maintaining Balance between Two Cultures. Senior Division Winner.
Marino, Katherine – History Teacher, 1998
Focuses on how the migration of Vietnamese to the United States affected the women's roles within their families and society. Discusses how Vietnamese women ensured familial stability by maintaining a balance between U.S. and Vietnamese cultures. Provides an annotated bibliography. (CMK)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Cultural Differences, Essays, Family Life
The Migration of Smallpox and Its Indelible Footprint on Latin American History. Junior Division Winner.
Thomson, Mark – History Teacher, 1998
Addresses the migration of smallpox into the New World where it caused the extinction of entire indigenous civilizations and altered the survivors' cultures. Discusses the historical origins of smallpox and highlights the migration and consequences of smallpox in Central and South America. Includes an annotated bibliography, research description,…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Diseases, Essays, Foreign Countries