The Immigrant Labor Press in North America, 1840s-1970s: An Annotated Bibliography - Vol. 2

By Dirk Hoerder; Christiane Harzig | Go to book overview

THE
IMMIGRANT LABOR PRESS
IN NORTH AMERICA,
1840s-1970s

An Annotated Bibliography

VOLUME 2: MIGRANTS FROM EASTERN
AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE

Edited by Dirk Hoerder
Christiane Harzig, Assistant Editor

Bibliographies and Indexes in American History, Number 7

GREENWOOD PRESS

NEW YORK WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • User's Guide xi
  • Migrants from Eastern Europe xix
  • The Press of Labor Migrants from Eastern and Southeastern Europe: Introduction 1
  • Linguistic Fragmentation or Multilingualism Among Labor Migrants in North America: The Socio-Historical Background in Eastern and Southeastern Europe: A Rese arch Note 29
  • Migrants from Northeastern Europe 53
  • Poles 57
  • Index 90
  • Index 92
  • Index 95
  • Byelorussians 101
  • Russians 109
  • Index 137
  • Index 139
  • Index 141
  • Lithuanians 147
  • Index 180
  • Index 182
  • Index 185
  • Latvians 191
  • Index 212
  • Place Index 213
  • Index 215
  • Estonians 219
  • Index 224
  • Index 225
  • Migrants from Central Eastern Europe 227
  • Czechs 229
  • Introduction 231
  • Index 261
  • Index 263
  • Index 265
  • Slovaks 271
  • Index 303
  • Index 305
  • Index 307
  • Hungarians 313
  • Index 337
  • Index 339
  • Index 341
  • Ukrainians 345
  • Index 377
  • Index 379
  • Index 381
  • Carpatho-Rusyns 387
  • Index 396
  • Index 397
  • Index 399
  • Migrants from Southeastern Europe 401
  • Yugoslavians 403
  • Index 434
  • Index 436
  • Index 439
  • Bulgarians 445
  • Index 461
  • Index 462
  • Index 463
  • Albanians 467
  • Index 477
  • Index 478
  • Index 479
  • Romanians 483
  • Index 499
  • Index 500
  • Index 501
  • Greeks 505
  • Index 514
  • Index 515
  • Armenians 519
  • Index 534
  • Index 535
  • Jewish Migrants from Eastern Europe 537
  • Jews 539
  • Introduction 541
  • Index 681
  • Index 691
  • Index 697
  • Combined Eastern Title Index 707
  • About the Editor 727
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