University of Minnesota
Immigration History Research Center

Immigration History Research Center's home page.

Immigration History and Ethnicity Resources

Classroom Curriculum and Activities for Teachers Links current as of February 14, 2003

Immigration - American Memory - The Learning Page - Community Center - Oct. 2002

Exploring Cultural Rituals - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

German Immigration - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

Learning About Immigration Through Oral History - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

Port of Entry - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

Our Changing Voices - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

Down the Rabbit Hole - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

Links to the Past - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

Immigration/Migration Today and During the Great Depression - American Memory - Teacher Lesson Plan

They Came to America - Schools of California Online Resources for Education (SCORE)

Immigration Lesson Plan - Core Knowledge Schools

Ellis Island Unit - Michigan State University College of Education

Angel Island: US Pacific Immigration Station 1910 - 1940, Asia Society

Asian American Experiences in America: A Chronological History, Asia Society

German-American Internet Scavenger Hunt

Teaching Activity on U.S. Immigration Policy - Close Up Foundation

Migration & Immigration: How does Moving Affect Me and My Community? - Latin American & Iberian Institute

What Brought You Here? - Latin American & Iberian Institute

The NMSU Center for Latin American and Border Studies: US-Mexico Border Studies Lesson Plans

Moving Words - Asian Immigration - Teachers' Asian Studies Summer Institute

Discussing Immigration Through Literature - Teachers' Asian Studies Summer Institute

Changing Borders - Hawaii Geographic Alliance

The New Americans Teacher Guide - PBS

Immigration into an Urban Industrialized Northeast: 1879-1914

Ethnic Humor

Immigrants: The Irish Experience in Boston 1840 and the Immigrants' Experience Today

Irish Immigrant Families in Mid-Late 19th Century America

Japanese American Experience

New York Times Learning Network, Teachers' Connection, Daily Lesson Plans

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History, Research, Policy, and StatisticsĀ  Links current as of February 14, 2003

American Family Immigration History Center - Ellis Island

AHSGR - American Historical Society of Germans from Russia

The American Immigration Home Page

Asian American History Links

Ethnic History Resources - The Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Historical Census Statistics on the Foreign-Born Population of the United States: 1850 to 1990

Center for Immigration Research - University of Houston, TX

Center for Immigration Studies - Washington, DC

Center for Migration Studies - New York, NY

CEMES - Centre for European Migration and Ethnic Studies - England

Ellis Island Immigration Museum

ERCOMER, The European Research Centre on Migration and Ethnic Relations - The Netherlands

Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)

H-Ethnic Discussion Network

H-Migration Discussion Network

History of International Migration - Leiden University - The Netherlands

Immigration and Ethnic History Society (IEHS)

US Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS)

Education and Resources - INS

American Memory from the Library of Congress

Making of America

Migration Dialogue - University of California, Davis

Minnesota State Demographic Center

The International Institute of Minnesota

Minnesota Ethnic Resources Directory

Turn of the century: Minnesota's population in 1900 and today

National Archives - Research Room

"We the American... Foreign Born" - US Census Population Division

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