Ports of Entry Ethnic Impressions
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Ports of Entry Ethnic Impressions by Abelle Mason

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Published by Harcourt Brace College Publishers .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages139
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7365195M
ISBN 100155707485
ISBN 109780155707481

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Ports of Entry book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Beat iconoclast turned cultural icon, William S. Burroughs has been p /5. This collection concentrates on the story of immigration through ports of entry to the United States other than Ellis Island, including Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Miami, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. The ethnic development of these cities is described.5/5(1). The Port of New York. The Largest U.S. Port. Of the 5,, people who arrived in the United States between and , more than two-thirds entered at New York. By the s, New York was receiving more than three-quarters of the national total of immigrants, and by . The book alternates between the school's story and the story of a number of Cristo Rey students. Though too many details, and far too many names, were included, the story generally flows well. The readers are initially hit with a number of Jesuit abbreviations that would confuse many, but Kearney does take a little time to explain Jesuit /5(15).

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