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CHAPTER 1 Origins and Destinies: Immigration,
Race, and Ethnicity in American History    1
Silvia Pedraza
CHAPTER 2 Origins and Destinies: Immigration,
Race, and Ethnicity in Contemporary America  21
Ruben G. Rumbaut
COLOR AND CASTE
NATIVES AND AFRICANS
CHAPTER 3 North American Indians and
the Demography of Contact                 43
Russell Thornton
CHAPTER 4 From Sundown to Sunup: Slavery
and the Making of the Black Community     60
George P Rawick
CHAPTER 5 Farewell--We're Good and Gone:
Black Migration from the PostBellum South  73
Carole Marks
LATIN AMERICANS
CHAPTER 6 Mexican Americans: Their Civic
and Political Incorporation               84
Ricardo Romo
CHAPTER 7 Migration, Community, and
Culture: The United States-Puerto Rican
Experience                                98
Hictor A. Carrasquillo and
Virginia Sdnchez-Korrol
ASIANS
CHAPTER 8 Family, Economy, and the State:
A Legacy of Struggle for Chinese American
Women                                    110
Esther Ngan-Ling Chow
CHAPTER 9 The Other Issei: Japanese Immi-
grant Women in the Pre-World War II Period  125
Evelyn Nakano Glenn and
Rhacel Salazar Parreilas
PRE-WORLD WAR I WAVES OF
EUROPEAN MIGRATION
NORTHWEST EUROPEANS
CHAPTER 10 The Protestant Establishment:
Its History, Its Legacy-Its Future?      141
Howard G. Schneiderman
CHAPTER 11 German Americans:
Paradoxes of a "Model Minority"          152
Walter D. Kamphoefner
CHAPTER 12 Erin's Children in America:
Three Centuries of Irish Immigration to the
United States                            161
Hasia Diner
SOUTHERN AND EASTERN EUROPEANS
CHAPTER 13 Italian Americans: A Century of
Ethnic Change                            172
Richard D. Alba
CHAPTER 14 Mobility and Continuity among
Eastern European Jews                     182
Steven J. Gold and Bruce Phillips
CHAPTER 15 From Peasant to Worker:
The Polish Immigrant in the United States  195
Dominic A. Pacyga
THE WATERSHED: THE CIVIL RIGHTS
MOVEMENT AND ITS AFTERMATH
CHAPTER 16 The Civil Rights Movement:
A Social and Political Watershed          206
Aldon Morris and Cedric Herring
CHAPTER 17 Que Viva la Raza: The Many
Faces of the Chicano Movement, 1963-1971  224
James Diego Vigil
CHAPTER 18 American Indians and Political
Protest: The "Red Power" Years            238
Stephen Cornell
CONTEMPORARY WAVES OF LATIN
AMERICAN AND ASIAN MIGRATION
LATIN AMERICANS
CHAPTER 19 Borders and Bridges:
Undocumented Immigrants from Mexico
and Central America                       250
Leo R. Chavez
CHAPTER 20 Cuba's Refugees:
Manifold Migrations                       263
Silvia Pedraza
CHAPTER 21 Dominicans in the United States:
First- and Second-Generation Settlement   280
Sherri Grasmuck and Patricia Pessar
ASIANS
CHAPTER 22 Filipino Americans:
Many and Varied                           293
Benjamin V Carifto
CHAPTER 23 The Entrepreneurial Adaptation
of Korean Immigrants                      302
Pyong Gap Min
CHAPTER 24 A Legacy of War: Refugees from
Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia               315
Ruben G. Rumbaut
URBAN DESTINIES
CHAPTER 25 New York as an Immigrant City  334
Frederick M. Binder and David M. Reimers
CHAPTER 26 Los Angeles: Explosive Diversity 346
Mehdi Bozorgmehr, Georges Sabagh, and
Ivan Light
CHAPTER 27 Miami Spice: The Ethnic
Cauldron Simmers                        360
Guillermo J. Grenier and Lisandro Pgrez
CHAPTER 28 Washington, D.C.: The Changing
Social Landscape of the International
Capital City                            373
Robert D. Manning
COLOR AND CLASS
CHAPTER 29 The First Americans:
American Indians                        390
C. Matthew Snipp
CHAPTER 30 The Health of the African
American Population                     404
David R. Williams
CHAPTER 31 The Wages of Race:
Color and Employment Opportunity in
Chicago's Inner City                    417
Marta Tienda and Haya Stier
SELF AND OTHERS
CHAPTER 32 Language Acquisition and
Loss Among Children of Immigrants       432
Alejandro Portes and Richard Schauffler
CHAPTER 33 Optional Ethnicities:
For Whites Only?                        444
Mary C. Waters
CHAPTER 34 The Complexity of
Racial Attitudes in America             455
Howard Schuman and Charlotte Steeh
CHAPTER 35 Contesting the Meaning of
Race in the Post-Civil Rights Movement Era  470
Michael Omi and Howard Winant
EPILOGUE
CHAPTER 36 American Paradox             479
Silvia Pedraza



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Immigrants United States History, Americanization History, United States Emigration and immigration History, Ethnicity United States History, United States Race relations