Peasant Pioneers: An Interpretation of the Slavic Peoples in the United States

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Peasant Pioneers described its author as follows: "The Rev. Kenneth D. Miller has devoted thirteen years to service to the Slavic peoples. He prepared especially for this work by spending a year in Czechoslovakia as an 'Immigrant Fellow' of the Board of Home Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.  During this time he studied the Czech language, acquainted himself with the political, economic, and religious backgrounds of the people. Upon his return to this country he was associated for five years with the Jan Hus Presbyterian Church of New York City, being in charge of the social and religious work of its Neighborhood House. From 1917 to 1919 Mr. Miller was in charge of the YMCA work among the Czechoslovak troops in Russia and Siberia. Subsequently Mr. Miller has been connected with immigrant work of the Presbyterian Board of the National Missions, and in that capacity has visited all of the outstanding Slavic colonies of America. In 1921 he again visited Czechoslovakia and the other countries of central Europe on behalf of the relief work for the Protestant churches of Europe."

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