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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Immigration to New York.
Philadelphia : Balch Institute Press ; London : Associated University Presses, c1991
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Pencak; Selma Cantor Berrol; Randall M Miller; New-York Historical Society.
|ISBN:||094419009X 9780944190098 0916141047 9780916141042|
|Notes:||"Essays ... first presented as papers at a conference held by the New-York Historical Society to celebrate Lady Liberty's Centennial"--Introd.
"A New-York Historical Society book."
|Description:||xiv, 254 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||The old immigration : introduction / William Pencak --
Labor's decline within New York City's Democratic party from 1844 to 1884 / Anthony Gronowicz --
Bishop John Timon, Archbishop John Hughes, and Irish colonization : a clash of Episcopal views on the future of the Irish and the Catholic Church in America / Leonard R. Riforgiato --
From the barricades of Paris to the sidewalks of New York : German artisans and the European roots of American labor radicalism / Stanley Nadel --
Early twentieth-century immigration : introduction / Selma Berrol --
Mobilization and conflict : the background and social history of the Norwegian colony in Brooklyn to 1910 / David C. Mauk --
' ... the adoption of the tactics of the enemy' : the care of Italian immigrant youth in the Archdiocese of New York during the Progressive era / Mary Elizabeth Brown. The fall of the German-American community : Buffalo 1914 to 1919 / Andrew P. Yox --
European immigrant/ethnic theater in Gilded Age New York : reflections and projections of mentalities / James H. Dormon --
The post-World War II city : introduction / Randall M. Miller --
Recent Third World immigration to New York City, 1945 to 1986 : an overview / David M. Reimers --
The migration division of Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans in New York City, 1948 to 1969 / Michael Lapp --
Portals of portals : speaking of the United States "as though it were New York"--and vice versa / Elliott R. Barkan.
|Responsibility:||edited by William Pencak, Selma Berrol, and Randall M. Miller.|