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Target Populations: Immigrants
- Encyclopedia of American Immigration
- James Ciment, Immanuel Ness, editors. Armonk, N.Y., M.E. Sharpe, 2000. 4 vols.
Immigration history; immigration issues (causes, demographics, acculturation, laws and legislation, politics, economics, etc.); and immigration documents (laws, treaties, court cases, reports, etc.).Volumes 3 and 4 contain articles on specific immigrant groups in America. Available?
- Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930
- Online collection of approximately 2,200 books and pamphlets as well
as 7,800 photographs, 200 maps and 9,600 pages from Harvard manuscript
and archival collections. Emphasis on 19th century materials. An
- Executive Summary: U.S. Immigration: A Legislative History
- "Highlights the history of U.S. immigration legislation and the parallel rise and fall in numbers and changing ethnic makeup" up to 2004. From the Population Resource Center.
- Historical Census Statistics on the Foreign-Born Population of the United States: 1850 to 1990
- 22 Detailed tables
- "The Foreign Immigrant in New York City,"
- Kate Holladay Claghorn. Reports of the Industrial Commission 15, 1901, 465-492.
- Eugenic Laws Restricting Immigration
- Virtual exhibit with accompanying essay by Paul Lombardo. From the Image Archive on the American Eugenics Movement
- Biological Aspects of Immigration
- Testimony of Harry L. Laughlin before the House Committee on Immigration and Naturalization,
April 16-17, 1920.
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