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by United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910); Dillingham, William P. (William Paul), 1843-1923; Folkmar, Daniel, 1861-1932; Folkmar, Elnora (Cuddeback) 1863-1930
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"Selected bibliography of general works": p. 8-12
Topics: Ethnology -- Dictionaries, Ethnology, United States -- Emigration and immigration
Prelinger Library
by United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910); Dillingham, William P. (William Paul), 1843-1923
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[v. 1-2] Abstracts of reports of the Immigration commision--[v. 3] Statistical review of immigration, 1820-1910. Distribution of immigrants, 1850-1900--[v. 4] Emigration conditions in Europe--[v. 5] Dictionary of races of peoples--[v. 6-25] Imigrants in industries (in twenty-five parts)--[v. 26-27] Immigrants in cities : a study of the population of selected districts in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Cleveland, Buffalo, and Milwaukee--[v. 28] Occupation of the first and second...
Topics: Emigration and immigration, Emigration and immigration law -- United States, United States --...
New York Public Library
by United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910); Dillingham, William P. (William Paul), 1843-1923
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[v. 1-2] Abstracts of reports of the Immigration Commission.--[v. 3] Statistical review of immigration, 1820-1910.--[v. 4] Emigration conditions in Europe.--[v. 5] Dictionary of races of peoples.--[v. 6-25] Immigrants in industries.--[v.26-27] Immigrants in cities.--[v.28] Occupations of the first and second generation of immigrants in the United States. Fecundity of immigrant women.--[v.29-33] The children of immigrants in schools.--[v. 34-35] Immigrants as charity seekers.--[v. 36]...
Topics: Emigration and immigration, Emigration and immigration law -- United States, United States --...
Prelinger Library
by United States. Immigration Commission (1907-1910); Dillingham, William P. (William Paul), 1843-1923
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[v.1-2] Abstracts of reports of the Immigration Commission.--[v.3] Statistical review of immigration, 1820-1910.--[v.4] Emigration conditions in Europe.--[v.5] Dictionary of races of peoples.--[v.6-25] Immigrants in industries [v. 6-7] Bituminous coal mining.--[v. 8-9] Iron and steel manufacturing.--[v. 10] Cotton goods manufacturing in th north Atlantic states. Woolen and worsted goods manufacturing.--[v. 11] Silk goods manufacturing and dyeing. Clothing manufacturing. Collar, cuff, and shirt...
Topics: Emigration and immigration, Emigration and immigration law -- United States, Industries -- United...
Community Texts
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Must visit: https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/new-masses/ New Masses Archive The   New Masses , published from 1926 until 1948, was an American Marxist  magazine closely associated with the  Communist Party, USA . With the coming of the  Great Depression  in 1929 America became more receptive to ideas from the  political Left  and  The New Masses  became highly influential in intellectual circles. The magazine has been called “the principal organ of the American cultural...
Topics: Communism, CPUSA
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by William F. Dunne (1887-1953)
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"Worker Correspondents: What, Where, When, Why, How?" by William F. Dunne Little Red Library no. 4. Undated pamphlet, published in 1925 in Chicago by the Daily Worker Publishing Co. Edition of 10,000 copies. No copyright notice in original publication, published in USA between 1923 and 1978, public domain. This small pamphlet, originally produced in 32-mo format, is a how-to guide for workers to contribute journalism to the labor and communist press -- an American reflection of the...
Topics: Communist Party USA, CPUSA, Workers Correspondence movement, Rabkor, Little Red Library, Workers...
"Formation of the Proletarian Party of America, 1913-1923: Part 1: John Keracher's Proletarian University and the Establishment of the Communist Party of America," by Tim Davenport Corvallis, OR: 1000 Flowers Publishing, 2011. First installment of a two-part study of the origins of the Proletarian Party of America, lead by Scottish emigrant John Keracher. Originating in the city of Detroit, the revolutionary socialist Keracher "Proletarian University" faction won control of...
Topics: Socialism--History, Socialist Party of America, Socialist Party USA, Socialist Party, SPA, SPUSA,...
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by Max Eastman (ed.)
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The Liberator. Volume 1, Number 1, Whole Number 1 (March 1918). Max Eastman, editor. CONTENTS: Max Eastman: Editorials. Arturo Giovannitti: "Anniversary" (poem); Howard Brubaker: "The One-Armed Patriot." Elizabeth Irons Folsom: "The Revolt of the Flesh." Jean Starr Untermeyer: "Church Sociable" (poem). Helen Keller: "In Belhalf of the IWW." John Reed: "Red Russia: The Triumph of the Bolsheviki" (Part 1). Max Eastman: "Isadora...
Topics: Max Eastman, Crystal Eastman, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, Socialist Party of America,...
Folkscanomy Politics: Political Systems, Government and Democratic Organization
by Max Eastman (ed.)
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The Liberator. Volume 1, Number 2 (April 1918). Max Eastman, editor. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. CONTENTS: Cover: "Miss Anita Loos," by Frank Walts. Max Eastman: Editorials. Ruth R. Pearson: "To Woodrow Wilson" (poem). Beulah Amidon, John Storrs, Hortense Flexner, Ruth Pickering, Helen Hoyt: Poetry. Max Eastman: "China's Paintings." Vladimir Lossieff (trans.): "The Terrorist" (fiction). "Residents of Tulsa": "Tulsa,...
Topics: Max Eastman, Crystal Eastman, Industrial Workers of the World, IWW, Socialist Party of America,...