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  • Author: Bottigheimer, Ruth B.

Date: 1993-sum

Publication: The Journal of American Folklore

Volume: 106

Language: en

Find in a Library: 1782260, 51205291

Article on narrative motifs and patterns of historical development in the folkloric story of "The Lazy Boy" : a "male tale" traced internationally over nearly five hundred years of oral and written storytelling, through various iterations of…

  • Author: Born, Warren C. (editor)

Date: 1976

Language: English

Find in a Library: 2108146

A collection of reports from the working committees of the 1976 Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. An overview of the history and tradition of immigration in the United States, and an introduction to ethnic groups associated…

  • Author: Abramson, Harold J.

Date: 1973

Language: en

Find in a Library: 579627

Sociology of Catholic religion in the United States. Explores how ethnicity characterizes Roman Catholicism in immigrant communities in the. Abramson supports his claims with statistics compiled by the National Opinion Research Center.

  • Author: Dublin, Thomas (editor)

Date: 1993

Language: en

Find in a Library: 26636102

Find Online: OL1859013W

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From University of Illinois Press: "In this richly evocative collection ten men and women of European, Latin American, and Asian backgrounds tell of their immigrant experiences. They range from a Shetland Islander who sailed to Virginia as an…

  • Author: Daniels, Roger

Date: 2002

Language: en

Find in a Library: 50930977

Find Online: OL2664429W

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Comprehensive history of immigration to the United States from the 17th to the 21st century. Divided into [ ] parts: Colonial America; The Century of Immigration (1820-1924); and Modern Times.

  • Author: Abramson, Harold J.

Date: 1971-07-00

Publication: Journal of Social History

Volume: 4

Language: en

Find in a Library: 478399059

Brief sociological and historical analysis of the convergences and divergences of religion and ethnicity. Sections devoted to Italian, Irish, French Canadian, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Polish, and German Catholic societies.