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New Americans: American Immigration History: Immigration to New Jersey

Bibliography

New Jersey Ethnic History : A Bibliography.
David Steven Cohen. Trenton, NJ : New Jersey Historical Commission, Dept. of State, 1986. Including African-Americans, Cubans, Dutch, Germans, Hungarians, Irish, Italians, Japanese, Jews, Native Americans, Portuguese, Quakers, and Swedes. Available?

New Jersey Immigrants

Immigration and Ethnicity in New Jersey History.
Douglas V. Shaw. Trenton, N.J., New Jersey Historical Commission, Dept. of State, c1994. Available?
The People of New Jersey
Rudoph J. Vecoli. Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand, 1965. Seminal general study of the ethnic groups that migrated to New Jersey from colonial times to the 1960s. Available?
The New Jersey Ethnic Experience.
Edited by Barbara Cunningham. Union City, N.J. : W. H. Wise, 1977.
Essays on 31 ethnic groups in New Jersey. Available?
A New Wave of Immigration in New Jersey: diversity and vitality 1940-2009 
Henry Bischoff and Carol Kitman. S.l. : printed by Lulu, c2010. Available?
Beyond the City and the Bridge: East Asian Immigration in a New Jersey Suburb
Noriko Matsumoto. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press, 2018.
A case study of Fort Lee, New Jersey. Fort Lee has one of the largest concentrations of East Asians of any suburb on the East Coast, with Chinese, Japanese, and Koreans forming distinct communities. Available?
When Newark Had a Chinatown: My Personal Journey
Yoland Skeete-Laessing. Pittsburgh, Dorrance, 2016. Available?

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