Gans, Herbert J.
The Urban Villagers
, New York: The Free Press 1962.
A study of groups and class in the life of Italian-Americans in the Boston's neighborhood called the West end.
Huggins, Nathan Irving.
. New York: Oxford University Press, 1971.
A historical treatment of the literary and artistic development of Harlem during the 1920's.
Lamm, Gov. Richard D. and Imhoff, Gary.
The immigration Time Bomb
. New York: Truman Talley Books, 1985.
A study of the problems that massive legal and illegal immigration are causing in the United States today.
Un Secolo di Emigrazione Italiana
, 1876-1976. Roma: Centro Studi Emigrazione, 1978.
An Italian collection of essays on the Italian emigration between 1876-1976.
The Distant Magnet
. New York: Harper & Row 1971.
A study of the hardships and ridicule faced by the 35 million people that emigrated from Europe to the United States during the years 1830-1930.
Down These Mean Streets
. New York: Vintage Books, 1967.
An autobiography of a young Puerto Rican growing up in the "Mean Streets" of Harlem.