White on arrival : Italians, race, color, and power in Chicago, 1890-1945 /
Immigrating to the United States, Italians, like all others arriving on America's shores, were made to fill out a standardized immigration form. In the box for race, they faced several choices: Italian, Southern Italian, Mediterranean, or Silician. On the line requesting information on color, t...
|Main Author:||Guglielmo, Thomas A.|
New York :
Oxford University Press,
White on arrival.
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F548.9.I8 G84 2004eb