Synopses & Reviews
As in the first volume, entries are divided into individual language sections for ease of reference. Each section begins with general information about the cooperating language specialists, the area where the language was spoken in 1910, and explanation of library and depository symbols, and a section bibliography. Introductory essays survey the development of the labor and radical press as it relates to the particular ethnic group in question. The annotated bibliography contains all periodicals that appeared more than once a year, along with brief descriptions where available. Finally, each section contains complete title, geographical, and chronological indexes to the periodicals included.
About the Author
DIRK HOERDER is Professor of the Social History of North America at the University of Bremen, West Germany.
Table of Contents
Migrants From Eastern Europe
The Press of Labor Migrants from Eastern and Southeastern Europe: Introduction by Dirk Hoerder
Linguistic Fragmentation or Multilingualism Among Labor Migrants in North America: The Socio-historical Background in Eastern and Southeastern Europe: A Research Note by Arnim Hetzer and Dirk Hoerder
Migrants From Northeastern Europe
Migrants From Central Eastern Europe
Migrants From Southeastern Europe
Jewish Migrants From Eastern Europe
Combined Eastern Title Index