U.S. Immigration and Migration

U.S. Immigration and Migration

Biographies

Book - 2004
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The Human Genome DiversityProject tells us that between 15,000and 30,000 years ago people fromMongolia crossed Beringia to whatwe now call the Americas. "U.S.Immigration and Migration" chroniclesand interprets the phenomenalwaves of immigration to the UnitedStates from the earliest timesthrough the period from 1820 to1930, when the United Stateswas the destination of some 60%of the world's immigrants -- up to the presentday, when restrictive policies have temporarily stanched the flowof immigrants.

The "Biographies"volumes bring the panorama of immigration and migration to apersonal level by profiling both prominent and less well-knownpeople of the immigrant experience.

Publisher: Detroit : UXL, c2004
ISBN: 9780787677336
0787677337
9780787675684
0787675687
9780787676681
0787676683
Characteristics: 2 v. : ill. ; 25 cm

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