A pictorial history of immigration / Oscar Handlin.

New York : Crown Publishers, [1972] .

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Subjects Einwanderung.
Emigration and immigration.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- Pictorial works.
United States -- Emigration and immigration.
United States.
Description 344 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits, facs. ; 29 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Traces the course of immigration to America and discusses its impact on the nation's historical and cultural development.
Contents From the beginning to 1820 -- Even the Indians were newcomers -- The Old World spreads out -- The English heritage -- The varied breeds of new men -- The Spaniards and French on the frontiers -- Immigrants in bondage -- The Revolution and American nationality -- Peasants in a New World (1820-1880) -- Land of liberty -- The destruction of peasant life -- Crossing by sail -- The exodus from Ireland -- The Germans -- From the North -- The Chinese -- The frontiers of farm and city -- The Civil War and its aftermath -- The Great Migration (1880-1930) -- Old streams in new channels -- The East European Jews -- The Italians -- The Slavic peoples -- Out of the old Ottoman Empire -- From across the borders -- The Japanese and other orientals -- The prairie and the metropolis -- Closing the gates -- The refugees (1930-present) -- War and totalitarianism -- Fugitives from dictatorship -- Postwar migration -- Immigrant contributions.
Genre History.
Pictorial works.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)389635
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Handlin, Oscar, 1915-2011.
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