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Immigrant Milwaukee, 1836-1860

accommodation and community in a frontier city

by Kathleen Neils Conzen

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Milwaukee (Wis.),
  • Wisconsin,
  • Milwaukee.
    • Subjects:
    • German Americans -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee,
    • Irish Americans -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee,
    • Milwaukee (Wis.) -- Emigration and immigration,
    • Milwaukee (Wis.) -- Social conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementKathleen Neils Conzen.
      SeriesHarvard studies in urban history
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF589.M6 C89
      The Physical Object
      Pagination300 p. :
      Number of Pages300
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5209856M
      ISBN 100674444361
      LC Control Number75037557

        The number of foreign-born players is rising in major American sports, and like all employers professional sports teams want to find the best employees wherever they happen to .   The finished book will be the fifth in the Green Card Youth Voices series, which works to generate awareness about the immigrant experience. The previous titles from Minneapolis, St. Paul, Atlanta, and Fargo, each featured 30 immigrant youth originally from 35 different countries.

        There’s still time to be counted in the once-everyyears census. The deadline to submit your response to the U.S. Census Bureau has been extended three months because of the COVID pandemic.   The book inspired a more empathetic understanding of immigrants, and showcased the need for a similar publication featuring student immigrants from Wisconsin. As Green Card Voices planned the production of a book featuring stories from a Madison high school, they were contacted by the College Possible Milwaukee team, who hoped to .

      Significance: The first non-English-speaking immigrant group to enter the United States in large numbers, Germans played major roles in American economic development, the abolitionist movement, U.S. military forces, and other spheres during the nineteenth century, and German immigrants continued to make important contributions to the United States during the .   Launch of new book featuring narratives from Wisconsin high schoolers, pm, 9/19, UW Education Building-Room


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History to The first recorded inhabitants of the Milwaukee area are the Menominee, Fox, Mascouten, Sauk, Potawatomi, Ojibwe (all Algic/Algonquian peoples) and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) (a Siouan people) Native American tribes.

Many of these people had lived around Green Bay before migrating to the Milwaukee area around the time of European immigration. She is the author of Immigrant Milwaukee, Accommodation and Community in a Frontier City and Making Their Own America: Assimilation Theory and the German Peasant Pioneer.

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A neighborhood of immigrants Felice was a name suggested by her husband, Boudleaux. She was actually born Matilda Genevieve Scaduto, on Aug. 7,at St. Mary's Hospital in Milwaukee.