Boston's immigrants, 1790-1880 : a study in acculturation

Oscar Handlin

Illuminates the history of Boston, focussing on the life of people from the perspective of the social historian. The author explores a range of subjects - peasant society and the causes of European migration, population growth and industrial development, the ideology of progress and Catholic thought, urban politics and the dynamics of prejudice. One feature that stands out is the refutation of the popular notion that the American community, local or national, has been able to accept great contingencies of foreign population without experiencing significant and lasting modifications of its own cultural features.

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  • Preface to the 1991 edition Foreword 1. Social Boston, 1790-1845 2. The Process of Arrival, 1790-1865 3. The Economic Adjustment 4. The Physical Adjustment 5. Conflict of Ideas 6. The Development of Group Consciousness 7. Group Conflict 8. An Appearance of Stability Appendix Note on the Statistics of Immigration into Boston Note to Table 8 Tables Abbreviations and Note on Source Notes Index

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書名 Boston's immigrants, 1790-1880 : a study in acculturation
著作者等 Handlin, Oscar
出版元 Belknap Press of Harvard University Press
刊行年月 1991
版表示 Rev. and enl. ed., 50th anniversary ed
ページ数 xvii, 382 p.
大きさ 21 cm
ISBN 0674079868
NCID BA13584746
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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