In order to understand the social interactions of any population group, one must know their nationality background. Differences in work customs, educational traditions, recreational interests, neighborhood persistence, religious beliefs, agricultural practices, thrift and frugality, progressive tendencies, and other activities and attitudes can be partially explained by variations in nationality background. This study was made possible through the cooperation of the State work Projects Administration and the South Dakota Agricultural experiment Station. The project is officially designed as W .P.A. Project No. 265-1-74-57. To a considerable extent the findings of this pamphlet are based upon material obtained from Farm Security administration grant files. For permission to use these files, the authors are deeply indebted to Mr. Emil Loriks, State Director of the Farm Security Administration.
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