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Coming to America: A History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life

Roger Daniels

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[Note: References to the Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups (Cambridge, Mass., 1980) are cited as HEAEG in the bibliography below.] Alexander, June G. The Immigrant Church and Community: Pittsburgh . Slovak Catholics and Lutherans, 1880-1915. Pittsburgh, 1987. Altschuler, Glenn C. Race, Ethnicity and Class in American Social Thought, 1865-1919. Arlington Heights, Ill., 1982. Archdeacon, Thomas J. Becoming American: An Ethnic History. New York, 1983. Bailyn, Bernard. Voyagers to the West. New York, 1986. Barkan, Elliott Robert. "French Canadians." In HEAEG pp. 388-401. Barton, Josef J. Peasants and Strangers. Cambridge, Mass., 1975. Bayor, Ronald. Neighbors in Conflict. Baltimore, 1978. Beijbom, Ulf. "Swedes." In HEAEG, pp. 971-81. ____. Swedes in Chicago. Vaxjo, Sweden, 1971. Bell, Daniel. The End of Ideology. Glencoe, Ill., 1960. Benkart, Paula. "Hungarians." In HEAEG, pp. 462-71. Berkhofer, Robert R., Jr. Salvation and the Savage. Lexington, Ky., 1965. Berthoff, Rowland T. British Immigrants in Industrial America 1790-1950. Cambridge, Mass., 1953. ____. "Welsh." In HEAEG, pp. 1011-17. Billington, Ray Allen. The Protestant Crusade. New York, 1938. Birchall, R. A. The San Francisco Irish, 1848-1880. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1980. Blegen, Theodore C. Norwegian Migration to America, 1825-1860. Northfield, Minn., 1931. Boogaart, Ernst van den. "The Servant Migration to New Netherland, 1624-1664." In P. C. Emmer, ed., Colonialism and Migration. Dordrecht, the Netherlands, 1986. Borah, Woodrow, and S. F. Cook. The Aboriginal Population of Central Mexico on the Eve of the Spanish Conquest. Berkeley, 1963. Bouvier, Leon W., and Robert W. Gardner. Immigration to the U.S.: The Unfinished Story. Washington, D.C., 1986. Brault, Gerard. The French Canadian Heritage in New England. Hanover, N. H., 1986. Brown, Wallace. The King's Friends. Providence, R.I., 1965. Bukowczyk, John J. And My Children Did Not Know Me. Bloomington, Ind., 1987. Bulosan, Carlos. America Is in the Heart. New York, 1943. Butler, Jon. The Huguenots in America. Cambridge, Mass., 1983. Camarillo, Albert. Chicanos in a Changing Society. Cambridge, Mass., 1979. Campbell, Mildred. The English Yeoman under Elizabeth and the Early Stuarts. New Haven, 1942. Canny, Nicholas, and Anthony Pagden, eds. Colonial Identity in the New World, 1500-1800. Princeton, 1988. Cardoso, Lawrence. Mexican Emigration to the United States. Tucson, Ariz., 1980. Castro, Amerigo. The Spaniards: An Introduction to Their History. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1980. Catterall, Helen, ed. Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro. Washington, D.C., 1926. Cecil, Lamar. Albert Ballin. Princeton, N.J., 1967. Chan, Sucheng. This Bittersweet Soil. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1986. Chazanof, William. Valledolmo-Fredonia. Fredonia, N.Y., 1961. Chung, Sue Fawn. "The Chinese American Citizens' Alliance." Honors thesis, UCLA, 1965. Cinel, Dino. From Italy to San Francisco. Stanford, Calif, 1982. Clark, Dennis. The Irish in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1974. Clifford, Mary Dorita. "The Hawaiian Sugar Planter's Association and Filipino Exclusion." In J. Saniel, ed., The Filipino Exclusion Movement. Quezon City, Philippines, 1967. Commission on Immigration and Naturalization. Whom We Shall Welcome. Washington, D.C., 1952. Commission on the Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians. Personal Justice Denied. Washington, D.C., 1982. Conzen, Kathleen Neils. Immigrant Milwaukee, 1836-1860. Cambridge, Mass., 1976. ____. "Germans." In HEAEG, pp. 405-25. Cortes, Carlos E. "Mexicans." In HEAEG, pp. 697-719. Cressy, David. Coming Over. Cambridge, England, 1988. Crosby, Alfred J. The Columbian Exchange. Westport, Conn., 1972. ____. Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe. Cambridge, England, 1986. Curtin. Philip D. The African Slave Trade: A Census. Madison, Wis., 1969. Daniels, Roger. "American Refugee Policy in Historical Perspective." In J. C. Jackman and C. M. Borden, eds., The Muses Flee Hitler, pp. 61-77. Washington, D.C., 1983. ____. Asian America: Chinese and Japanese in the United States since 1850. Seattle, 1989. ____. "Changes in Immigration Law and Nativism since 1924." American Jewish History (December, 1986), pp. 159-80. ____. "Filipino Immigration in Historical Perspective." In J. Saniel, ed., The Filipino Exclusion Movement. Quezon City, Philippines, 1967. ____. A History of Indian Immigration to the United States. New York, 1989. ____. The Politics of Prejudice. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1962. ____. Racism and Immigration Restriction. St. Charles, Mo., 1974. Daniels, Roger, and Harry H. L. Kitano. American Racism: Exploration of the Nature of Prejudice. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1970. Davis, Kingsley. "The Migrations of Human Populations." Scientific American 231, no. 3 (September 1974): 105. Diner, Hasia R. Erin's Daughters in America. Baltimore, 1983. Dinnerstein, Leonard. America and the Survivors of the Holocaust. New York, 1982. Dolan, Jay P. The American Catholic Experience. New York, 1985. ____.The Immigrant Church: New York's Irish and German Catholics, 1815-1865. Baltimore, 1975. Donaldson, Gordon. "Scots." In HEAEG, pp. 908-16. ____. The Scots Overseas. London, 1966. DuBois, W. E. B. The Souls of Black Folk. New York, 1904. Dumond, Don E. The Eskimos and the Aleuts. New York, 1987. Duncan, John Donald. "Indian Slavery." In Bruce A. Glasrud and Alan M. Smith, eds., Race Relations in British North America, 1607-1783. Chicago, 1982. Eccles, W. J. France in America. New York, 1973. Edding, Friedrich. "Intra-European Migration and the Prospects of Integration." In Brinley Thomas, ed., Economics of International Migration. London, 1958. Eggleston, Edward. The Transit of Civilization. New York, 1901. Ellis, John Tracy. American Catholicism, 2nd. ed. Chicago, 1969. Emmons, David M. The Butte Irish: Class and Ethnicity in an American Mining Town, 1875-1925. Urbana, Ill., 1989. Erickson, Charlotte. Invisible Immigrants. London, 1972. Esterlin, Richard A. "Immigration: Economic and Social Characteristics." In HEAEG pp. 476-86. Evans, Richard J. Death in Hamburg. New York, 1987. Fitzgerald, Joseph P. "Puerto Ricans." In HEAEG, pp. 858-67. Foerster, Robert F. The Italian Emigration of Our Times. Cambridge, 1919. Franklin, John Hope. From Slavery to Freedom, 6th ed. New York, 1988. Frazier, E. Franklin. The Negro Family in the United States. New York, 1939. Fredrickson, George M., and Dale T. Knobel. "Prejudice and Discrimination, History of." In HEAEG, pp. 820-29. Fuchs, Lawrence H. "Immigration Reform in 1911 and 1981: The Role of Select Commissions." Journal of American Ethnic History 3 (1983): 5889. Gabaccia, Donna R. From Italy to Elizabeth Street. Albany, N.Y., 1983. Galenson, David. White Servitude in Colonial America. Cambridge, England, 1981. Gardner, Robert W., et al. Asian Americans: Growth, Change, and Diversity. Washington, D.C., 1985. Gerber, David A. The Making of an American Pluralism: Bufalo, New York, 1825-60. Urbana, Ill., 1989. Gibson, Charles. Spain in America. New York, 1967. Glazer, Nathan. American Judaism, rev. ed. Chicago, 1972. ed. Clamor at the Gates. San Francisco, 1985. Glazer, Nathan, and Daniel P. Moynihan. Beyond the Melting Pot. New York, 1963. Gleason, Philip. "American Identity and Americanization." In HEAEG, pp. 31-58. Goffart, Walter. Barbarians and Romans, A.D. 418-584: The Techniques of Accommodation. Princeton, 1988. Goren, Arthur A. "Jews." In HEAEG, pp. 571-98. Graham, Ian C. C. Colonists from Scotland: Emigration to North North America, 1707-1783. Ithaca, N.Y., 1965. Green, E. E. R., ed. Essays in Scotch-Irish History. London, 1969. Greene, Victor R. American Immigrant Leaders, 1800-1910. Baltimore, 1987. ____. "Poles." In HEAEG, pp. 787-803. Handlin, Oscar. Boston's Immigrants, 2nd ed. Cambridge, Mass., 1959. ____. The Uprooted. Boston, 1951. Hansen, Marcus Lee. The Atlantic Migration, 1607-1860. Cambridge, Mass., 1940. ____. "Immigration as a Field for Historical Research." American Historical Review 32 (1927): 500-18. ____. The Immigrant in American History. Cambridge, Mass., 1940. Harney, Robert F. "The Italian Experience in America." In Anthony Mollica, ed., Handbook for Teachers of Italian. Ontario, Canada, 1976. Harney, Robert F., and J. Vincenza Scarpaci, eds. Little Italies in North America. Toronto, Canada, 1981. Hartmann, Edward George. Americans from Wales. Boston, 1967. Hennings, Robert E. James D. Phelan and the Wilson Progressives of California. New York, 1985. Herskovits, Melville J. The Myth of the Negro Past. New York, 1941. Higham, John. Send These to Me: Immigrants in Urban America, rev. ed. Baltimore, 1984. ____. Strangers in the Land. New Brunswick, N.J., 1955. Holloway, Thomas H. Immigrants on the Land. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1980. Hovannisian, Richard G. Armenia on the Road to Independence. Berkeley, 1967. Hvidt, Kristian. Flight to America: The Social Background of 300,000 Danish Immigrants. New York, 1977. James, Henry. The American Scene. New York, 1907. Jensen, Joan M. "East Indians." In HEAEG, pp. 296-302. ____. Passage from India. New Haven, 1988. Johansen, Donald J., and Mailand A. Edey. Lucy: The Beginnings of Humankind. New York, 1981. Jones, Maldwyn A. American Immigration. Chicago, 1960. ____. "The Background of Emigration from Great Britain in the Nineteenth Century." Perspectives in American History 7 (1973): 3-92. ____. Destination America. London, 1976. ____. "Scotch-Irish." In HEAEG, pp. 893-908. Kennedy, Robert W. The Irish: Emigration, Marriage and Fertility. Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1973. Kettner, James H. The Development of American Citizenship, 1607-1870. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1978. Kirk, Dudley. Europe's Population in the Interwar Years. Princeton, 1946. Kitano, Harry H. L., Japanese Americans: The Evolution of a Subculture. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1969. Kitano, Harry H. L., and Roger Daniels. Asian Americans: Emerging Minorities. Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1988. Koehler, Lyle. "Red-White Power Relationships and Justice in the Courts of Seventeenth-Century New England." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 3:4 (1979): 1-31. Kraut, Alan M. The Huddled Masses: The Immigrant in American Society, 1880-1921. Arlington Heights, I11., 1982. Kupperman, Karen O. "Apathy and Death in Early Jamestown." Journal of American History. 66 (1979): 24-40. La Guardia, Fiorello. The Making of an Insurgent. Philadelphia, 1948. Labaree, Leonard W., ed. The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, vol. 4. New Haven, 1961. LaFeber, Walter. Inevitable Revolutions: The United States in Central America. New York: 1984. Laguerre, Michel S. "Haitians." In HEAEG pp. 446-49. Lai, Him Mark. "Chinese." In HEAEG pp. 217-34. Larner, John. "The Certainty of Columbus: Some Recent Studies." History (February 1988): 3-23. LeBreton, Marietta M. "Acadians." In HEAEG pp. 1-3. Lee, Rose Hum. The Growth and Decline of Chinese Communities in the Rocky Mountain Region. New York, 1978. Lemon, James. The Best Poor Man's Country: A Geographical Study of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Baltimore, 1972. Leyburn, James G. The Scotch-Irish: A Social History. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1962. Luebke, Frederick C. Bonds of Loyalty: German-Americans and World War I. De Kalb, Ill., 1974. Lyman, Stanford L. The Asian in North America. Santa Barbara, Calif, 1977. Maguire, Reverend John Francis. The Irish in America. New York, 1868. Marcus, Jacob Rader. The Colonial American Jew, 3 vols. Detroit, 1970. ____. Early American Jewry, 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1951-53. Marty, Martin E. "Ethnicity: The Skeleton of Religion in America." Church History 41 (1972): 15-21. Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor. Twelfth Annual Report. Boston, 1881. McKee, Delber L. Chinese Exclusion versus the Open Door Policy. Detroit, 1977. McWilliams, Carey. North from Mexico. Boston, 1948. Meier, August, and Elliott Rudwick. Black History and the Historical Profession. Urbana, Ill., 1986. ____. From Plantation to Ghetto. New York, 1976. Menard, Russell. Economy and Society in Early Colonial Maryland. New York, 1985. Meyer, Michael A. "The Refugee Scholars Project of the Hebrew Union College." In B. W. Korn, ed., A Bicentennial Festschrift for Jacob Rader Marcus, pp. 359-75. New York, 1976. Miller, John C. Crisis in Freedom. Boston, 1952. Miller, Kerby P. Emigrants and Exiles: Ireland and the Irish Exodus to North America. New York, 1985. Miller, Stuart Creighton. The Unwelcome Immigrant. Berkeley, Calif., 1969. Mintz, Sidney. Sweetness and Power. New York, 1986. Mirak, Robert. "Armenians." In HEAEG, pp. 136-49. Mitchell, Brian C. The Paddy Camps: The Irish of Lowell, 1821-61. Urbana, Ill., 1988. Miyamoto, S. Frank. Social Solidarity Among the Japanese in Seattle. Seattle, 1984. Modell, John. The Economics and Politics of Racial Accommodation. Urbana, Ill., 1977. Moltmann, Günter. "The Migration of German Redemptioners to North America, 1720-1820." In P.C. Emmer, ed., Colonialism and Migration. Dordrecht, the Netherlands, 1986. ____. "Steamship Transport of Immigrants from Europe to the United States, 1850- 1914." (In press.) Morgan, Edmund S. American Slavery; American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia. New York, 1975. Morison, Samuel Eliot. By Land and By Sea. New York, 1953. ____. The European Discovery of America. Vol. 1, The Northern Voyages, A.D. 500- 1600. New York, 1971. ____. Oxford History of the American People. New York, 1965. Morner, Magnus. Race Mixture in the History of Latin America. Boston, 1967. Morwaska, Eva. For Bread, With Butter. Cambridge, England, 1985. Mulder, William. Homeward to Zion. Minneapolis, Minn., 1957. Munch, Peter A. "Norwegians." In HEAEG, pp. 750-61. Naff, Alixa. "Arabs." In HEAEG, pp. 128-36. ____. Becoming American: The Early Arab Immigrant Experience. Carbondale, I11., 1985. Naipaul, V. S. The Enigma of Arrival. New York, 1987. Nash, Gary B. The Urban Crucible. Cambridge, Mass., 1979. Nee, Victor, and Brett de Bary. Longtime Californ'. New York, 1973. Nelli, Humbert. "Italians." In HEAEG pp. 545-60. Niehaus, Earl. The Irish in New Orleans, 1800-1865. Baton Rouge, La., 1956. Norton, Mary Beth, The British-Americans: The Loyalist Exiles in England, 1774-1789. New York, 1972. Perez, Lisandro. "Cubans." In HEAEG pp. 25 6-61. Perry, Elizabeth Israels. Belle Moscowitz. New York, 1984. Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell. "The Central Theme of Southern History." American Historical Review 33 (1928): 30-50. Pozzetta, George, and Gary Mormino. The Immigrant World of Ybor City. Urbana, Ill., 1986. Puskäs, Julianna. "Hungarian Migration Patterns." In Ira Glazier and Luigi De Rosa, eds., Migration Across Time and Nations. New York, 1986. Quintana, Frances Leon. "Spanish." In HEAEG, pp. 950-53. Ravage, Marcus Eli. An American in the Making: The Life Story of an Immigrant. New York, 1917. Ravenstein, E. G. "The Laws of Migration." Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (1889): 241-301. Reimers, David M. Still the Golden Door: The Third World Comes to America. New York, 1985. Riggs, Fred. Pressures on Congress. New York, 1950. Riordan, William L. Plunkitt of Tammany Hall. New York, 1963. Rippley, LaVern J. The German-Americans. Boston, 1976. Rischin, Moses, ed. Immigration and the American Tradition. Indianapolis, 1976. Rischin, Moses. The Promised City. Cambridge, Mass., 1962. Rogg, Eleanor. The Assimilation of Cuban Exiles. New York, 1974. Rolle, Andrew. The American Italians. Wadsworth, Calif., 1972. ____. The Immigrant Upraised. Norman, Okla., 1968. Rowse, A. L. The Elizabethans and America. New York, 1959. Saloutos, Theodore. "Greeks." In HEAEG, pp. 430-40. ____. A History of the Greeks in the United States. Cambridge, Mass., 1964. Sandmeyer, Elmer C. The Anti-Chinese Movement in California. Urbana, Ill., 1939. Saund, Dalip Singh. Congressman from India. New York, 1960. Saxton, Alexander. The Indispensable Enemy. Berkeley, Calif, 1971. Schrier, Arnold. Ireland and the Emigration. Minneapolis, 1958. Seller, Maxine, ed. Immigrant Women. Philadelphia, 1981. Shannon, James P. Catholic Colonization on the Western Frontier. New Haven, 1967. Shaplen, Robert. "One-Man Lobby." The New Yorker, March 24, 1951. Skardal, Dorothy Burton. The Divided Heart. Lincoln, Neb., 1974. Smith, Abbot. Colonists in Bondage. Chapel Hill, N.C., 1947. Smith, Adam. The Wealth of Nations. New York, 1937. Solberg, Carl. Immigration and Nationalism: Argentina and Chile, 1890-1914. Austin, Tex., 1970. Solomon, Barbara Miller. Ancestors and Immigrants. Cambridge, Mass., 1956. Souden, David. "Rogues, Whores and Vagabonds." Social History 4 (1978): 23-41. Stefansson, Vilhjalmur, ed. Great Adventures and Explorations. New York, 1949. Swierenga, Robert P. "Dutch." 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