Table of contents for Destination America / written by Chuck Wills ; accompanies the television series by David Grubin.

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Introduction				6
Settling America 	 10
Coming to America			12
The First Americans			16
Feature: The Vikings			19
Spanish Settlers			20
French Settlers				22
Feature: The Lost Colony		24
English Settlers				26	
Dutch and Swedish Settlers		30
Feature: Slavery and the
	Triangle Trade			32
The Thirteen Colonies			34
The Revolutionary War			36
Westward Expansion			40
Feature: European Emigration		42
Early Immigration			44
Feature: Transportation		46	
Ellis Island				48
Closing the "Golden Door"		54
Freedom to Worship 56
The Earth is the Lord's			58
The Reformation			60
Huguenots				62
Feature: Jesuits				65
Quakers				66
Feature: Mormons			70
The Plain People			74
Moravians				78
Jews					80
Feature: Hasidic Jews			84
Tibetan Buddhists			86
Falun Gong				92
Muslims				94
Freedom from Oppression 98 
A Political Choice		 100
The Enlightenment		 102
French Revolutionaries		 104
British Radicals			 106
German Forty-Eighters		 108 
Feature: Women's Suffrage
	in America		 	 110
Austro-Hungarians		 112
Poles				 114
Feature: Radicalism in America	 116
Soviet Dissidents		 120
Cuban Dissidents		 124
Central American Dissidents	 128
South American Dissidents	 130
Freedom from Want	 132
The Golden Door		 134
The American Labor Movement 136
Indentured Servants		 138
Scotch-Irish, Scots, and Welsh	 140
Irish				 144
Feature: Gold Rushes		 146
Germans			 148
Scandinavians			 150
Feature: Jacob Riis's Photography 152
Chinese				 154
Feature: Organized Crime	 158
Japanese			 160
Feature: Building the Railroads	 162
Italians				 164
Feature: Land Rushes		 168
Mexicans			 170
Caribbeans			 174
South Asians and Middle Easterners 180
Filipinos		 	 182
Koreans			 184
Post-Glasnot Immigrants	 186
Freedom from Fear	 188
A Century of Genocide		 190
Refugees			 192
Acadians			 194
Armenians			 196
Russian Jews			 198
Holocaust Jews			 200
Feature: The Manhattan Project 206	
Soviets				 208
Vietnamese			 212
Laotians and Cambodians	 216
Hmong				 220
Haitians			 222
Africans			 226
Balkan Refugees		 232
Freedom to Create	 234
The Art of Departure		 236
Scientists			 238
Feature: The Space Race	 240
Psychoanalysts			 242
Writers				 246
Photojournalists		 250
Visual Artists			 252
Feature: Abstract Expressionism 256
Architects			 258
Musicians			 262
Dancers			 268
Theater			 270
The Movies		 272
Freedom for Women:
	Hollywood Sirens	 277
Athletes		 278
Gazetteer			 282
Appendices			 293
Index			 294
Credits and Acknowledgments 	 300

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Minorities -- United States.
Immigrants -- United States.
United States -- Emigration and immigration.
United States -- Ethnic relations.