Poverty in New York, 1783-1825
"From colonial times on, most immigrants arrived poor and stayed poor, although their families might advance substantially over several generations. In this new work Professor Mohl takes a look at New York immediately after the revolution, when the city was struggling with heavy immigration, ra...
|Published:||New York, Oxford University Press, 1971.|
|Series:||Urban life in America series.
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