American Stories. This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land. From California. To the New York Island,. From the redwood forest. To the Gulf Stream waters,. This land was made for you and me. Migrant farm workers tend crops all over America.
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American Stories This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land
To the New York Island,
From the redwood forest
To the Gulf Stream waters,
This land was made for you and me.
Migrant farm workers tend crops all over America.
Children travel with their families and live in farm worker housing.
Some families can trace their roots back many generations.
Has your family ever held a reunion?
Reunions give you a chance to try new foods …
And play with your cousins.
In the 1800s, your ancestors might have lived on the frontier.
Cowboys worked the land in the west.
Every cowboy wanted a Stetson hat.
Today, straw hats are cheaper.
The Statue of Liberty welcomes immigrants to New York Harbor.
Lady Liberty stands on Liberty Island.
Lady Liberty stands 305 feet above the harbor.
Have you ever visited the Statue of Liberty in New York?
It can get very cold in New York during the winter and not all immigrants are used to snow.
It is a special day when immigrants become U. S. citizens.