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Title Freedom's Doors – Immigrant Ports of Entry to the United States
Author Stern, G F
Date 1986
Document Type Printed Book
Publisher Information The Balch Institute, Philadelphia
Reference 514.1.STE/PM
Library / Archive National Museums Liverpool: Maritime Archives & Library
Description A collection of essays published in connection with the Museum of the Balch Institute's exhibition on the subject of immigration to the United States. Essays focus on immigration to several cities, including New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans and Los Angeles.
Theme(s) Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations
Country (from) Great Britain; Ireland; Germany; Cuba; China; Bahamas; Haiti; Japan; Philippines; Vietnam
Country (to) United States of America
Places Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans, Louisiana, Los Angeles, California, Miami, Florida, United States
Ports New York City, Boston, Massachusetts, San Francisco, California, United States
Nationality Russian; Italian; Irish; German; Polish; Cuban; Chinese; Afro-Carribean; Japanese; Filipino
Keywords immigration, immigrant, liberties, railroad, religion, Jewish, Catholicism, Know Nothing
Language English
Copyright National Museums Liverpool: Maritime Archives & Library