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Immigration Sites

Page history last edited by Michelle LeBlanc 11 years, 4 months ago

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/14/nyregion/14annie.html?hp&ex=1158292800&en=36d16ca9eaf747f6&ei=5094&partner=homepage

Article on Annie Moore, the first immigrant to land at Ellis Island. The article explores the myths and realities of her story.

 

www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/03/10/us/20090310-immigration-explorer.html

This is a great interactive map that showed up today in the NY Times. You an select an immigrant group to see where they have settled in the US. Slide the time line and you can see settlement patterns from 1880 to the present.

 

www.archives.gov/research/arc/topics/immigration/

Many wonderful documents here on the National Archives site related to all areas of immigration.

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/21/us/politics/21family.html?_r=1

Nation’s Many Faces in Extended First Family 

A really fascinating article on the genealogy of our new first family

 

www.monh.org/Default.aspx

Ellis Island photography exhibit at National Heritage Museum in Lexington

 

www.ellisisland.org/genealogy/ellis_island.asp

Ellis Island resources

 

www.primarysource.org/resources/links.php

Great immigration sites assembled by Primary Source

 

http://www.tenement.org

Lower East Side Tenement Museum in NYC

 

German immigrants in Wisconsin from NPR

Fascinating story about German immigrants and a historic view of assimilation and bilingual education.

 

http://immigrationtah.pbworks.com/f/immigrant+children.pdf

Report on children of immigrants in America

Comments (1)

Fabiana Vasconcelos Abrams said

at 10:29 pm on Dec 11, 2008

I think the Tenement Museum could added here as a resource.

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