The Ethnic Press in the United States: A Historical Analysis and Handbook

Synopsis

"A fine scholarly collection that evokes the pre-WW I era when some 1,300 foreign-language newspapers served America's immigrant millions. It consists of essays by qualified scholars on the newspapers of 27 immigrant groups, ranging from the important German and Jewish presses to comparatively obscure ones such as Arabic, Danish, Portuguese, and Ukranian. . . . [T]his volume offers valuable references and suggestive interpretive insights to students of American jouralism, immigration, urbanization, and ethnic studies." Choice

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Alixa Naff
  • Paul R. Magocsi
  • H. M. Lai
  • George J. PrpiĆ
  • C. Michael McAdams
  • Alixa Naff
  • Paul R. Magocsi
  • H. M. Lai
  • George J. PrpiĆ
  • C. Michael McAdams
  • Marion Tuttle Marzolf
  • Linda Pegman Doezema
  • Enya P. Flores-meiser
  • Robert B. Perreault
  • James M. Bergquist
  • Andrew T. Kopan
  • Eileen McMahon
  • Harry H. L. Kitano
  • Arthur A. Goren
  • Edgar Anderson
  • M. G. Slavenas
  • Carlos E. CortÉs
  • Arlow W. Andersen
  • A. J. Kuzniewski
  • Leo Pap
  • Joseph P. Fitzpatrick
  • Gerald J. Bobango
  • Halyna Myroniuk
  • Milan M. Radovich
  • M. Mark Stolarik
  • Joseph D. Dwyer
  • Ulf A. Beijbom
  • Bohdan P. Procko
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1987