In the trek of the immigrants : essays presented to Carl Wittke. / edited by O. Fritiof Ander.

; Wittke, Carl Frederick, 1892-1971
Rock Island, Ill. : Augustana College Library, 1964.

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Other Authors Ander, O. Fritiof 1903-1978,
Wittke, Carl Frederick, 1892-1971.
Subjects Einwanderung.
Emigration and immigration.
Migranten.
Migration, Internal -- United States.
Migration, Internal.
USA.
United States -- Emigration and immigration.
United States.
Wittke, Carl Frederick, 1892-
Wittke, Carl Frederick, 1892-1971.
Series Augustana Library publications ; no. 31.
Description xvi, 325 pages : portrait ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 266-299).
Contents Preface, by C.W. Sorenson. -- Introduction, by O.F. Ander. -- Carl Wittke, historian, by H. Wish. -- Four historians of immigration, by O.F. Ander. -- Immigration, emigration, migration, by C.C. Qualey. -- Bibliography of works by Carl Wittke, by C.H. Cramer. -- A forgotten theory of immigration, by E.P. Hutchinson. -- Agrarian myths of English immigrants, by C. Erickson. -- A brief history of immigrant groups in Ohio, by F.P. Weisenburger. -- The German in American fiction, by J.T. Flanagan. -- English migration to the American West, 1865-1900, by O.O. Winther. -- Saga in steel and concrete, by K.O. Bjork. -- Finnish immigrant farmers in New York, 1910-1960, by A.W. Hoglund.
The immigrant and the American national idea, by W.O. Forster. -- British backtrailers: working-class immigrants return, by W.S. Shepperson. -- Exodus U.S.A., by T. Saloutos. -- The Negro in the old Northwest, by J.H. Rodabaugh. -- The American Negro: an old immigrant on a new frontier, by J.I. Dowie.
Genre Wittke, Carl.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)264027
(OCoLC)ocm00264027
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