Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of both published and unpublished materials pertaining predominantly to the history of Finnish American communities, but also includes the history of various ethnic groups, immigration history, and agricultural history; materials are all related to A.W. Hoglund's teaching career and personal life and include personal and work related correspondence, family records, papers and research.
Sarah and Alexander Berman family history (1868-1947) consists of a genealogy and narrative history that traces members of the family from their origins in Lithuania to their arrival in Minneapolis, Minnesota in the early 1890s.
Immigrant of Distinction Award (American Immigration Lawyers' Association - AILA) Oral History collection
The video interviews were conducted and recorded with the recipients of the "Immigrant of Distinction" award by the American Immigration Lawyers' Association's Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter. The narratives document the immigrant experiences of the award recipients. Included are digital files containing the video and audio recordings, also transcripts for selected oral histories. Please see the descriptions of individual files for more details.
Case files dating from the 1980s to 1990s.
Records of the office pertain to emigration and immigration legislation (Italian and foreign), office activities, office personnel, and field offices in border towns and port cities. Inventory available (in Italian only). Negatives held by Centro Studi Emigrazione, Rome. Originals in Archivio Storico Diplomatico, Ministero degli Affari Esteri, Roma, Italia.
Correspondence of historian John Higham consists of letters pertaining to the Immigration History Society and to the Society's periodical THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN ETHNIC HISTORY. Included is correspondence with numerous scholars in the fields of immigration and ethnicity.
Collection consists of materials pertaining to Karen Freeze's work on the Czech immigration chapter in the Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups (1980).
Papers of Selig Adler consist of a photocopy of his notes for Marcus Lee Hensen's immigration history course. (Original forms part of Selig Adler Papers, University Archives, SUNY Buffalo.)