, David G. &
, Charles F., “
White Racism and Black American
s”, Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1972.
This book examines the struggles of blacks in a society permeated with white racism. The book also discusses white attempts to dominate blacks and how blacks responded to those attempts.
Vincent P., “
The Shaping of Modern America: 1877-1916
”. The Forum Press, Inc., Arlington Heights, Ill., 1973.
This book discusses the economic, political and social forces and/or conditions that played important parts in the development of post Civil War America.
, Marcus L., “
The Immigrant In American History
”, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1940.
This book examines the roles that immigrants played in the creation and development of American society.
, Maldwyn A., “
”, Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill., 1960.
This book discussed the reasons for emigration and immigration by approaching the study from those two directions we can see the interrelationship of events around the world.
Edward C., “
Ethnic Relations In the United States
”, Negro Universities Press, Westport, CT., 1953.
This book examines the statuses of various ethnic groups in the United States using social, educational, legal and economic success as a measuring stick. The book helps us to “understand”, “
” and “improve” ethnic relations.
MELTZER, Milton, “In Their Own Words—A History of the American Negro 1865Ð
This book is a collection of essays, diaries , speeches and letters, etc., that allows blacks to tell their own
story from 1619 to 1865.
, Humbert S., “
From Immigrants to Ethinics: The Italian In-Americans
”, Oxford Univ. Press, 1983.
This book examines the transformation of Italians from a family centered immigrant to that of a communal thinking ethnic struggling towards a common goal.
, Richard M., “
Emigration and Immigration
”, Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, N.Y., 1890.
This book studies the causes and effects of emigration and immigration. We must not only study the reasons immigrants came to the United States, but we must also know why they left their homes to start anew.
, Thomas, “
American Ethnic Groups
”, The Urban Institute, Yale University Press, 1978.
This book discusses the historical development of ethnic groups in the United States. Its main focus is on how well these groups assimilated (how were they allowed to grow, prosper, create, participate and function) in the United States.
, Brinkley, “
Migration and Urban Development
”, Methuen & Co., LTD., London, England, 1972.
This book examines the effects of migration on urban development and viceversa. It studies the effects, also, of migration on the cities. Case studies are international in scope.
, Lydio F., “
The Italian In American: The Progressive View, 1891
” Center for Migration studies of New York, Inc., New York, N.Y., 1972
This book studies the immigration of Italians to the United States from 1891 to 1914. It focuses on their role in a growing, urban, industrialized society. The book is a collection of essays on Italian life in America that can easily be studied in separate parts to address specific topics.