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  • Author: Green, Nancy L. (editor)
  • Author: Weil, François (editor)

Date: 2007

Language: en (translation)

Find in a Library: 69734523

English translation of "Citoyenneté et émigration: Les politiques du départ" (Éditions de l'École des hautes études en Sciences sociales, 2006). Collection of essays on migration, expatriation, and the perpetuation of national identities…

  • Author: Greeley, Andrew M.

Date: 1974

Language: English

Find in a Library: 960173

A Chicago, Illinois Catholic priest's view of ethnicity in the United States, with a particular emphasis on religious and political characteristics. From the author of "Why Can't They Be Like Us? : America's White Ethnic Groups" (Dutton, 1971).

  • Author: Greeley, Andrew M.

Date: 1971

Language: English

Find in a Library: 135350

Andrew M. Greeley, an American Catholic priest and writer, offers in "Why Can't They Be Like Us?" a preliminary investigation of white minorities in the United States. His observations are considerate of both social formations and religious movements…

  • Author: Greeley, Andrew M. (editor)
  • Author: Baum, Gregory (editor)

Date: 1977

Language: English

Find in a Library: 3358854

A selection of essays on religion and ethnicity in international contexts. Emphasis on Catholicism. Includes pieces situated in Western Europe, North America, and French Canada, on topics ranging from church attendance, to nationalism, to biblical…

  • 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: Daniels, Roger

Date: 2002

Language: en

Find in a Library: 50930977

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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: Ouelette, Joanne
  • Author: New Hampshire Historical Society

Date: 2013

Language: en

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Outline of dates and figures; compilation of facts and notes relevant to the history of French Canadian immigrants in the state of New Hampshire around the beginning of the twentieth century. Designed by the New Hampshire Historical Society for…

  • Author: Gerstle, Gary

Date: 1997-09

Publication: The Journal of American History

Volume: 84

Language: en

Find in a Library: 35782298

From the author: "In this essay, I test the Crèvecoeurian myth of Americanization against the rich body of work produced by historians and other students of European immigration in the twentieth century. The myth consists of four distinct claims:…

  • 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.