1140:
"Europe as an emigrant-exporting continent," Harry H. Laughlin testimony before the House Committee, including Immigration Restriction Act
Date:
1924
Pages: (1|2|3|4|5|6|7|8|9|10|11|12|13|14|15)
Source:
The Harry H. Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, papers, C-2-6,6
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&quote;Europe as an emigrant-exporting continent,&quote;  Harry H. Laughlin testimony before the House Committee, including Immigration Restriction Act

Exhibit I (c) Europe as an Immigrant-Exporting Continent and the United States as an Immigrant-Receiving Nation Hearings Before The Committee on Immigration and Naturalization House of Representatives Sixty-Eighth Congress First Session March 8, 1924 Serial 5-A Statement of Dr. Harry H. Laughlin With Appendixes Printed by Authorization of the Committee Including (1) text of immigration act of 1924 and the proclamation of the President in connection therewith; (2) report of the Rome conference on emigration and immigration, and (3) other important studies and official reports on migration problems down to November 19, 1924 [graphic] Washington Government Printing Office 1924 429

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