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9780842028318

Mass Migration to Modern Latin America

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  • ISBN13:

    9780842028318

  • ISBN10:

    0842028315

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-01-01
  • Publisher: Scholarly Resources Inc

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Summary

It is well known that large numbers of Europeans migrated overseas during the century preceding the Great Depression of 1930, many of them to the United States. What is not well known is that more than 20 percent of these migrants emigrated to Latin Ameri

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Introduction: Foreign Mass Migration to Latin America in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries---An Overview xiii
Eduardo Jose Miguez
I Transnational Migration
1(136)
Map of South America
Story One: An Italian Family in Buenos Aires and New York City
3(6)
Samuel L. Baily
Spanish Emigration to Cuba and Argentina
9(20)
Jose C. Moya
A History of Spanish and Italian Migration to the South Atlantic Regions of the Americas
29(22)
Fernando J. Devoto
Portuguese Transatlantic Migration
51(18)
Maria Ioannis B. Baganha
Italian Immigrants in Buenos Aires and New York City, 1870--1914: A Comparative Analysis of Adjustment
69(12)
Samuel L. Baily
Sharing the City: Residence Patterns and Immigrant Integration in Buenos Aires and Montevideo
81(32)
Hernan Otero
Adela Pellegrino
The Japanese in Peru and Brazil: A Comparative Perspective
113(24)
Daniel M. Masterson
Sayaka Funada
II Argentina
137(82)
Map of Argentina
Story Two: Manuel Suarez Martinez (1845--1917), a Galician Migrant to Argentina
139(8)
Eduardo Jose Miguez
The Danes in the Argentine Pampa: The Role of Ethnic Leaders in the Creation of an Ethnic Community, 1848--1930
147(20)
Maria Bjerg
Marriage, Household, and Integration in Mass Migration to Argentina: The Case of Tandil
167(28)
Eduardo Jose Miguez
Immigrants and Female Work in Argentina: Questioning Gender Stereotypes and Constructing Images---The Case of the Italians, 1879--1900
195(24)
Carina L. Frid De Silberstein
III Brazil
219(60)
Map of Brazil
Story Three: Santo Codo (1861--1942), an Italian Immigrant on a Brazilian Coffee Plantation
221(6)
Maria Silvia C. Beozzo Bassanezi
German Immigration and Brazil's Colonization Policy
227(18)
Giralda Seyferth
Jewish Immigration to Brazil
245(18)
Jeffrey Lesser
Family and Immigration in the Brazilian Past
263(16)
Maria Silvia C. Beozzo Bassanezi
Conclusion: Common Themes and Future Directions 279(10)
Samuel L. Baily
Suggested Readings 289(2)
About the Contributors 291

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