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|Statement||by Marcus Lee Hansen ; edited with a foreword by Arthur M. Schlesinger.|
|Contributions||Schlesinger, Arthur M. 1917-|
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|Pagination||xvii,391p.,9 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||391|
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This article originally appeared in "Immigration Records" by Loretto Dennis Szucs, FUGA, Kory L. Meyerink, MLS,and Marian L. Smith in The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy. We are all descended from immigrants.
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But on top of everything else that had happened, according to The Atlantic Migration, (published in ), there was a bitter winter in followed by a worse one lasting well into the spring of Reserve food supplies had been exhausted by the first bad winter and the second year of shortages caused sharp price rises.
A few ships arrived during the next decade, but the arrival of Winthrop's fleet at Boston in truly signaled the first major immigration wave, often called the "Great Migration." Between and early European immigration was basically British (England, Scotland, Ulster Ireland, Southern Ireland, Wales) and German.
There is a helpful chronology and a glossary that add to the usefulness of the book. A good read if one wants to understand the context of an individual's immigration in the time frame covered. Hansen, Marcus Lee. The Atlantic Migration, A History of the Continuing Settlement of the United States.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard. The Massachusetts Bay Company found willing recruits. Marcus Lee Hansen in The Atlantic Migration wrote that the company had no trouble finding congregational groups willing to make the Great Migration. Nor did the groups have any trouble recruiting members.
Nationality American Description. Marcus Lee Hansen (December 8, – ) was an American historian, who won the Pulitzer Prize for History for The Atlantic Migration. Review of the hardback:‘An absorbing, lucid, and beautifully crafted book. Mass Migration under Sail is the story of how five million Europeans committed - irrevocably for the most part - to new lives in the United States in the half-century or so before the advent of the steamship.
The Atlantic Migration, – Cambridge, MA. For the period up to there has been little historical research done in English on Le Havre as an emigration port since Marcus Lee Hansen's classic The Atlantic Migration (first published inafter his death, and re-edited in ), and none at all in German as far as I can tell.
In French, the main study is Camille Maire, En route pour l'Amérique. Millennial movers have hastened the growth of left-leaning metros in southern red states such as Texas, Arizona, and Georgia.
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