of New Haven, “
Inside New Haven’s Neighborhood
”, New Haven Colony Historical Society, 1982.
This book examines the history of New Haven’s neighborhoods and offers a guided tour of some of its most important and popular places.
, Marcus L., “
The Immigrant In American History
”, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1940.
The role of immigrants in the creation and development of American society.
, Maldwyn A., “
”, Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, Ill., 1960.
An examination of the reasons for emigration and immigration.
, Edward C., “
Ethnic Relations In the United States
”, Negro Universities Press, Westport, Ct., 1953.
An examination of the status of various ethnic groups in an attempt to understand and improve race relations.
, Jawn A., ed., et. al., “
The Afro-American In United States History
”, Globe Book Comp., N.Y.,N.Y. , 1972.
An examination of the history of the African American from Africa to the Civil Rights era.
, Daniel Y., “
Black New Haven 1921-1977
”, Advocate Press, Inc., New Haven, Ct., 1977.
The role of African Americans in New Haven from the post-war in-migration to the year of the publication of the book.
, Robert A., “
New Haven Negroes
”, Arno Press and the New York Times, 1969.
An examination of African American in New Haven
Since the emphasis of this unit should lean towards the oral approach to the study of New Haven’s neighborhoods I have tried to keep the bibliography as short as possible.
Students should read all the material in their bibliography, if available. I have narrowed their reading to a few pages in each book and should not prove a burden to their oral research.
I should point out the fact that many books exist that will explain and instruct the student in the techniques of conducting oral research.
(figure available in printed form)
Fig. 1 Street layout of Newhallville’s Neighborhood (map courtesy of the Newhallville Restoration Corporation)