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Title Immigrant America : European ethnicity in the United States / edited by Timothy Walch.
Imprint New York : Garland, 1994.

Subject European Americans -- Ethnic identity.
Ethnicity -- United States.
Immigrants -- United States -- History.
European Americans -- Cultural assimilation.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- History.
Alt Name Walch, Timothy, 1947-
Description xiv, 265 pages ; 24 cm
Note Includes index.
Bibliography Note Bibliography: p. 231-250.
ISBN 0815316097 (acid-free paper)
0815316658 (pbk.)
OCLC # 30027759
Table of Contents
 Beyond "America for Americans": Inside the Movement Culture of Antebellum Nativism / Dale T. Knobel7
 Becoming American: Assimilation, Pluralism, and Ethnic Identity / David L. Salvaterra29
 Us and Them: Personal Reflections on Ethnic Literature / Betty Ann Burch55
 Home Is Where the Heart Is: Immigrant Mobility and Home Ownership / Gordon W. Kirk, Jr., Carolyn Tyirin Kirk67
 Parents and Children: Fundamental Questions about Immigrant Family Life / Mary Elizabeth Brown89
 Mothers and Daughters: Nassau County Italian American Women / Mary Jane Capozzoli Ingui103
 The Religious Factor in Immigration: The Dutch Experience / Robert P. Swierenga119
 The Ethnic Dimension in American Catholic Parochial Education / Timothy Walch141
 The World of Work: The Croatians of Whiting, Indiana / Edward A. Zivich161
 The Changing Face of Ethnic Politics: From Political Machine to Community Organization / Edward R. Kantowicz179
 The Ethnic Frontier: Rural Germans and the Settlement of America / La Vern J. Rippley197
 Ethnic Elites and Their Organizations: The St. Louis Experience, 1900-1925 / Margaret LoPiccolo Sullivan215
 Guide to Further Reading231

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