|Introduction: Migration and Agency in Global History DAVID ELTIS||1|
|1.||Free and Coerced Migrations from the Old World to the New DAVID ELTIS||34|
|2.||Changing Laws and Regulations and Their Impact on Migration STANLEY L. ENGERMAN||75|
|3.||The Epidemiology of Migration PHILIP D. CURTIN||94|
|4.||The Differential Cultural Impact of Free and Coerced Migration to Colonial America LORENA S. WALSH||117|
|5.||Irish and German Migration to Eighteenth-Century North America MARIANNE S. WOKECK||152|
|6.||Migration and Collective Identities among the Enslaved and Free Populations of North America MECHAL SOBEL||176|
|7.||Freedom and Indentured Labor in the French Caribbean, 1848–1900 DAVID NORTHRUP||204|
|8.||Asian Contract and Free Migrations to the Americas WALTON LOOK LAI||229|
|9.||Convicts: Unwilling Migrants from Britain and France COLIN FORSTER||259|
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Publication information: Book title: Coerced and Free Migration:Global Perspectives. Contributors: David Eltis - Editor. Publisher: Stanford University Press. Place of publication: Stanford, CA. Publication year: 2002. Page number: xi.
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