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  • Ellis Island (6)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Immigration/Ellis_Island
  • Dunbrody: Ireland's Historic Emigrant Ship
    Replica of the Dunbrody, which carried many emigrants from Ireland to the New World from 1845 to 1870. Includes history, information on tours, and photographs.
    www.dunbrody.com
  • In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience
    Features articles, photographs, maps, and historic documents devoted to the migrations that have formed and transformed our nation.
    www.inmotionaame.org
  • American West: European Emigration
    www.americanwest.com/swedemigr/pages/emigra.htm
  • Nordic Heritage Museum
    Honors the legacy of immigrants from the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
    www.nordicmuseum.com
  • Ancestors in the Americas
    Companion site to the PBS series about Asian immigrants to the Americas. Site includes historical documents, timelines, and genealogy resources.
    www.cetel.org
  • Chinese Exclusion Acts (8)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Immigration/Chinese_Exclusion_Acts
  • Operation Pedro Pan (3)
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Immigration/Operation_Pedro_Pan
  • Urban Experience In Chicago: Hull-House and Its Neighborhoods, 1889-1963 [pick] [read review]
    Documents the life and times of Jane Addams, the history of the social Settlement House Movement and of Hull-House, and the history of Chicago's Near West Side neighborhood and its immigrant communities.
    www.uic.edu/jaddams/hull/urbanexp/contents.htm
  • Cuban Rafter Phenomenon, The [pick] [read review]
    Explores the experiences of tens of thousands of citizens who have left Cuba, with an emphasis on the raft crisis of 1994.
    balseros.miami.edu
  • Poetic Waves: Angel Island
    Interactive exhibit documenting the Asian immigration to the U.S. between 1910 and 1940.
    www.poeticwaves.net
  • One Thousand Children (OTC)
    Nonprofit corporation dedicated to documenting the experiences of people who came to the U.S. as children between 1934 and 1945 in order to escape persecution and genocide.
    www.onethousandchildren.org
  • Immigration History Research Center (IHRC)
    Resource on American immigration and ethnic history. Located at the University of Minnesota.
    www1.umn.edu/ihrc
  • Steamship T.S.S. Nea Hellas
    This Greek ocean liner brought tens of thousands of Greek immigrants to the U.S.
    members.aol.com/neahellas/nea_ellas.html
  • New Americans, The [pick] [read review]
    PBS project presenting immigrant experiences, an interactive timeline, perceptions and misconceptions, a list of notable immigrants, and a teacher guide.
    www.pbs.org/independentlens/newamericans
  • Immigration in the Guilded Age and Progressive Era
    From Humanities & Social Sciences Online, by Donna R. Gabaccia.
    h-net2.msu.edu/~shgape/bibs/immig.html
  • Roots in the Sand
    Multi-generational portrait of pioneering Punjabi-Mexican families who settled, a century ago, in Southern California's Imperial Valley.
    www.pbs.org/rootsinthesand
  • Danish Immigrant Museum
    Seeks to tell the story of Danish immigrants and the Danish American experience, as well as collect, preserve, study, and interpret their materials, culture, and traditions.
    www.netins.net/showcase/dkmuseum
  • American Memory: The Chinese in California, 1850-1925
    Illustrates Chinese immigration to California from 1850 to 1925 through photographs, cartoons, letters, diaries, business records, and legal documents.
    lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/award99/cubhtml
 


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