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The Newark Experience: Other Ethnic Groups


Immigrant Entrepreneurship, Institutional Logics, and Informality: A Study of Entrepreneurs and Urban Entrepreneurship Policy in Newark, New Jersey
Lutisha S. Vickerie. (Ph.D. Thesis) Rutgers The State University of New Jersey--Newark, Graduate School, 2018.
"Profiles the way immigrant entrepreneurs from African and Caribbean countries navigate a different institutional environment than their home country."


Remembering Newark's Greeks: An American Odyssey.
Angelique Lampros. Virginia Beach, VA., Donning Co. Publishers, 2006. Available?
Greek Language Maintenance in the Newark Greek Community in New Jersey.
Denise Chrisoula Lagos. Thesis (Ed.D), Rutgers University, 1987. Available?
The Greek American Community of Essex County, New Jersey.
John Antonakos. Bloomington, Ind., AuthorHouse, 2010. Available?


A Newarki hirlap emlekkonyve.
1942. Available?
Newarki hirlap = Newark journal
Newark, N.J., Paul 'Acs Available?


"Poles Strengthened Newark's Cultural and Industrial Traditions." Charles F. Cummings. Newark Star-Ledger, August 12, 1999, p. 3.

PAF 1960 Convention, Newark, New Jersey
Polish Falcons of America national convention.


Russian Immigrants Living in Newark During the Great Depression
Three interviews conducted as part of the New Jersey Ethnological Survey.

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