Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America by Judy Galens; Anna J. Sheets; Robyn V. Young (editors)
Call Number: E 184 .A1 G14 1995 2nd floor
Publication Date: 1995
Separate chapters on a wide range of ethnic Americans. Each describes the history, settlement patterns, traditions, customs, beliefs, language, and more! Please use in the library for the benefit of others in the class.
Other Immigrants by David M. Reimers
Call Number: E 184 .A1 R4435 2005 2nd floor
Publication Date: 2005
Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians represent three of every four immigrants who arrived in the United States after 1970. Yet despite their large numbers and long history of movement to America, non-Europeans are conspicuously absent from many books about immigration. In Other Immigrants, David M. Reimers offers the first comprehensive account of non-European immigration.
Coming to America: A History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life by Roger Daniels
Call Number: E 184 .A1 D26 1990 2nd floor
Publication Date: 1990
A study of immigration to the United States from the colonial era to the present.
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You might notice that all three of the books above have the same beginning to their Call Number: E 184 .A1. In addition to these three books, there are other books in this section that will be about the same topic of immigration.
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