The New Immigrants Set by Robert D Johnston
  

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The New Immigrants Set by Robert D Johnston

The New Immigrants series focuses on groups that have greatly influenced the United States since the dramatic changes in immigration law after 1965. Each book provides an overview of its respective group's home country, culture, and history and reveals reasons for immigration. Students will also find a discussion of stereotypes, as well as profiles of prominent figures from each group. Abundant full-color photographs are combined with a wealth of informative features - highlight boxes, sidebars, a chronology/timeline, and more. Offering needed coverage of these specific groups, The New Immigrants is ideal for study and general interest; readers interested in genealogy will also benefit from this valuable series.

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Format

Hardback

Author

Robert D Johnston
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th January 2007

ISBN

9780791094525


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