States

General South

  • American Jewish Historical Society. “Turn to the South”: Essays on Southern Jewry. Charlottesville: Published for the American Jewish Historical Society by the University Press of Virginia, 1979.
  • Apte, Helen Jacobus. Heart of a Wife: The Diary of a Southern Jewish Woman. Edited and with an essay by Marcus D. Rosenbaum. Wilmington, Del.: SR Books, 1998.
  • Asian Americans in Dixie: Race and Migration in the South. Edited by Khyati Y. Joshi and Jigna Desai. Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2013.
  • Bailey, Anne J. Invisible Southerners: Ethnicity in the Civil War. Jack N. and Adie D. Averitt Lecture Series: University of Georgia Press, 2006.
  • Bauman, Mark. "Southern Jewish Women and Their Social Service Organizations." Journal of American Ethnic History 22.3 (2003): 34-78.
  • Berlin, Ira, and Herbert G. Gutman. "Native and Immigrants, Free Men and Slaves: Urban Workingmen in the Antebellum American South." The American Historical Review 88, no. 5 (December 1983): 1175-1200.
  • Berthoff, Rowland T. "Southern Attitudes Towards Immigration, 1865-1914." The Journal of Southern History 17, no. 3 (1951): 328-360.
  • Bow, Leslie. Partly Colored : Asian Americans and Racial Anomaly in the Segregated South. New York University Press,, 2010.
  • Brandfon, Robert L. "The End of Immigration to the Cotton Fields." The Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50, no. 4 (March 1964): 591-611.
  • Braun, Lauren H. "Italians, the Labor Problem, and the Project of Agricultural Colonization in the New South, 1884-1934." PhD diss., University of Illinois at Chicago, 2010.
  • Brown, McIntosh Anderson. "Negotiated Transitions: The Role of Voluntary Resettlement Agency in the Labor Incorporation of Cuban Refugees." Master's thesis, Georgia State University, 1996.
  • Cohen, Lucy M. Chinese in the Post-Civil War South: A People Without a History. Louisiana State University Press, 1984.
  • "Cultural Diversity in the U.S. South: Anthropological Contributions to a Region in Transition." Edited by C. Hill and P. Beaver, 104-114. Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, no. 31. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1998.
  • Dillard, Phillip D, and Randall L. Hall. "The Southern Albatross: Race and Ethnicity in the American South." Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1999.
  • Diner, Hasia. "Entering the Mainstream of Modern Jewish History: Peddlers and the American Jewish South." Southern Jewish History 8 (2005): 1-30.
  • Ferris, Marcie Cohen, and Mark I. Greenberg. Jewish Roots in Southern Soil: A New History. UPNE, 2006.
  • Gatewood, Willard B. "Strangers in the Southern Eden: The South and Immigration, 1900-1920." In Ethnic Minorities in Gulf Coast Society, Edited by Jerrell H. Shofner and Linda V. Ellsworth, 1-24. Pensacola, FL: Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference, 1979.
  • Gleeson, David T. "Another 'Lost Cause.'" Southern Cultures 17, no.1 (2011): 50-74.
  • _______. The Irish in the South, 1815-1877. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001.
  • _______. "‘To live and die [for] Dixie: Irish civilians and the Confederate States of America." Irish Studies Review 18, no.2 (2010): 139-153.
  • Global Connections & Local Receptions: New Latino Immigration to the Southeastern United States. 1st ed. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2009.
  • Groover, Mark D. "Creolization and the Archaeology of Multiethnic Households in the American South." Historical Archaeology 34.3 (2000): 99-106.
  • Gualtieri, Sarah. "Becoming 'White': Race, Religion, and the Foundations of Syrian/Lebanese Ethnicity in the United States." Journal of American Ethnic History 20, no. 4 (July 2001): 29-58.
  • - - -. Between Arab and White: Race and Ethnicity in Early Syrian Immigration. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009.
  • Herda, D. J. Ethnic America, The Southeastern States. Brookfield, Conn.: Millbrook Press, 1991.
  • Hernandez-Leon, Ruben, and Victor Zuniga. " 'Making Carpet by the Mile': The Emergence of a Mexican Immigrant Community in an Industrial Region of the U.S. Historic South." Social Science Quarterly 81 (March 2000): 49-66.
  • Jung, Moon-Ho. Coolies and Cane : Race, Labor, and Sugar in the Age of Emancipation. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.
  • Keller, Christian B. “Flying Dutchman and Drunken Irishmen: The Myths and Realities of Ethnic Civil War Soldiers.” Journal of Military History 73, no. 1 (2009): 117-145.
  • Korn, Bertram Wallace. American Jewry and the Civil War; Introduction by Allan Nevins ; Foreword by Lance J. Sussman ; Afterword by Robert L. Rosen. 3rd ed. Jewish Publication Society, 2001.
  • Latinos in the New South: Transformations of Place. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006.
  • Latino Workers in the Contemporary South. Edited by A. D. Murphy, C. Blanchard, and J. A. Hill. Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, no. 34. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2001.
  • Lonn, Ella. Foreigners in the Confederacy. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1940.
  • Mantero, José María. Latinos and the U.S. South. Praeger,, 2008.
  • Marrow, Helen B. New Destination Dreaming : Immigration, Race, and Legal Status in the Rural American South. Stanford University Press, 2011.
  • Paoni, Matthew Carl. “‘Dixie’s Arms Are Open’: The Promotion of Settlement in the Postbellum-era South, 1870--1920.” Ph.D. diss., The Johns Hopkins University, 2010.
  • Peck, Abraham J. “That Other ‘Peculiar Institution’: Jews and Judaism in the Nineteenth Century South.” Modern Judaism 7, no. 1 (February 1987): 99–114.
  • Ray, Celeste, ed. The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Vol. 6: Ethnicity. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006.
  • Rosen, Robert N. The Jewish Confederates. University of South Carolina Press, 2000.
  • Sacca, John Wands. “Like Strangers in a Foreign Land: Chinese Officers Prepared at American Military Colleges, 1904-37.” The Journal of Military History 70, no. 3 (July 2006): 703–742.
  • Santucci, Bethany. “‘Against My Destiny’: Reading an Itailian Immigrant’s Memoir in the Early 20th-century South.” M.A. in English, University of New Orleans, 2011.
  • Sarna, Jonathan. When General Grant Expelled the Jews. Schocken Books, 2012.
  • Sarna, Jonathan, and Adam Mendelsohn, eds. Jews and the Civil War: A Reader. New York University Press, 2010.
  • Shankman, Arnold. Ambivalent Friends: Afro-Americans View the Immigrant. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1982.
  • Silverman, Jason H., and Susan R. Silverman. Immigration in the American South, 1864-1895: A Documentary History of the Southern Immigration Conventions. Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006.
  • Smith, Barbara Ellen, and Jamie Winders. “‘We’re Here to Stay’: Economic Restructuring, Latino Migration and Place-Making in the US South.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 33, no. 1. New Series (January 2008): 60–72.
  • Southern Jewish Historical Society (U.S.). Jews of the South: Selected Essays from the Southern Jewish Historical Society. Macon, Ga: Mercer University Press, 1984.
  • Stolarik, M. Mark, ed. Forgotten Doors: The Other Ports of Entry to the United States. Philadelphia, Pa.: The Balch Institute Press, 1988.
  • Suberman, Stella. The Jew Store. 1st ed. Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill,, 1998.
  • Silverman, Jason H. "The 'Divided Mind of the New South' Revisited: Richard Hathaway Edmonds, The Manufacturer's Record, and the Immigrant," Southern Studies vol. 26, no. 1 (1987): 41-51.
  • Tobin, Carol Mary. “The South and Immigration: 1865-1910.” M.A. Thesis in History, Duke University, 1967.
  • Webb, Clive. Fight Against Fear: Southern Jews and Black Civil Rights. University of Georgia Press, 2003.
  • ———. “Jewish Merchants and Black Customers in the Age of Jim Crow.” Southern Jewish History 2 (1999): 55–80.
  • Weeks, Gregory Bart. Irresistible Forces : Latin American Migration to the United States and Its Effects on the South. Diálogos (Albuquerque, N.M.). University of New Mexico Press, 2009.
  • Weiner, Deborah R. Coalfield Jews : an Appalachian History. University of Illinois Press, 2006.
  • Weise, Julie M. “Mexican Nationalisms, Southern Racisms: Mexicans and Mexican Americans in the U.S. South, 1908–1939.” American Quarterly 60, no. 3 (2008): 749–777.
  • Whitfield, Stephen J. “The Jew as Southerner.” In Voices of Jacob, Hands of Esau: Jews in American Life and Thought, 209–271. Archon Books, 1984.
  • Wolfe, Margaret Ripley. "Aliens in Southern Appalachia, 1900-1920: The Italian Experience in Wise County, Virginia." The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 87, no. 4 (October 1979): 455-472.

Alabama

  • Blalock, Kay J. Shades of Green: Ethnic Diversity and Gender Considerations among the Irish in a Southern Industrial Community, 1871-1921. Ph.D diss., University of Toledo, 1998.
  • Chik, Debra Shok-Che. Factors Influencing the Immigration Plans of East and Southeast Asian Students in the United States: The Case of Alabama. MA. thesis, University of South Alabama, 1989.
  • Conklin, Nancy Faires and Nora Faires, "'Colored' and Catholic: The Lebanese in Birmingham, Alabama," in Crossing the Waters: Arabic-Speaking Immigrants to the United States Before 1940. Edited by Eric J. Hooglund, 69-84. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1987.
  • Davis, Robert S. "The Old World in the New South: Entrepreneurial Ventures and the Agricultural History of Cullman County, Alabama." Agricultural History 79, no. 4 (October 2005): 439-461.
  • Fair, John D. and Cordelia C. Humphrey "The Alabama Dimension to the Political Thought of Charles Stewart Parnell." Alabama Review 52.1 (1999): 21-50.
  • " 'Juan Crow' in Dixie: A Forum on Raymond A. Mohl's 'The Politics of Expulsion: A Short History of Alabama's Anti-Immigrant Law, HB 56'," Journal of American Ethnic History. 35.3 (Spring 2016): 41-91.
  • Laney, Monique. German Rocketeers in the Heart of Dixie: Making Sense of the Nazi Past during the Civil Rights Era. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015.
  • Lyon, Anne Bozeman. "The Bonapartists in Alabama." Alabama Historical Quarterly 25.3/4 (1963): 227-241.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Mercer, Martha Jones. British Brides, American Wives: The Immigration and Acculturation of War Brides in Mobile, Alabama. Ph.D. diss., University of South Alabama, 1993.
  • Miller, Randall M. “The Enemy Within: Some Effects of Foreign Immigrants on Antebellum Southern Cities.” Southern Studies 25, no. Spring (1985): 30–53.
  • Moberg, Mark and Stephen J. Thomas. "Class Segmentation and Divided Labor: Asian Workers in the Gulf of Mexico Seafood Industry." Ethnology 32.1 (1993): 87-99.
  • Pruett, Katharine M., and John D. Fair. “Promoting a New South: Immigration, Racism, and ‘Alabama on Wheels’.” Agricultural History 66, no. 1 (January 1992): 19–41.
  • Rockaway, Robert A. "Jewish Immigrants Removals in Birmingham, Alabama." Alabama Review 46.1 (1993): 37-44.
  • Rogers, William Warren, Jr. and Jeneane Kaiser. "From the Rhine to the Alabama: Hugo Lehmann Lures the Germans." Alabama Review 35.1 (1982): 14-29.
  • Tuckman, William. "Sigmund and Jacob Schlesinger and Joseph Bloch: Civil War Composers and Musicians." American Jewish Historical Quarterly 53.1 (1963): 70-75.

Arkansas

  • Brister, Louis E. "The Image of Arkansas in the Early German Immigrant Guidebook: Notes on Immigration." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 36.40 (1977): 338-345.
  • "Journal of Charles Heinrich, 1849-1856." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 24.3 (1965): 241-283.
  • Kirk, John A. Race and Ethnicity in Arkansas: New Perspectives. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas, 2014.
  • LeMaster, Carolyn Gray. A Corner of the Tapestry : a History of the Jewish Experience in Arkansas, 1820s-1990s. University of Arkansas Press, 1994.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Milani, Ernesto R. "Peonage at Sunnyside and the Reaction of the Italian Government." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 50.1 (1991): 30-39.
  • Schede, Simone. " 'Gone, but not Forgotten'-But Almost: The German Heritage of Arkansas." Amerikastudien/American Studies [Germany] 44.4 (1999): 477-496.
  • Stewart-Abernathy, Leslie C. and Barbara L. Ruff. "A Good Man in Israel: Zooarcheology and Assimilation in Antebellum Washington, Arkansas." Historical Archaeology 23.2 (1989): 96-112.
  • Tebbetts, Diane. "Food as an Ethnic Marker." Pioneer America Society Transactions 7 (1984): 81-88.
  • Watkins, Beverly. "Efforts to Encourage Immigration to Arkansas, 1865-1874." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 38.1 (1979): 32-62.
  • Wolfe, Jonathan James. "Background of German Immigration." Arkansas Historical Quarterly 25.4 (1966): 354-385.

Florida

  • Aranda, Elizabeth M., Sallie Hughes, and Elena Sabogal. Making a Life in Multiethnic Miami: Immigration and the Rise of a Global City. Boulder: Reinner, 2014.
  • Arboleya, Jesus. Havana-Miami: The U.S.-Cuba Migration Conflict. Translated by Mary Todd. Melbourne, Australia: Ocean Press, 1996.
  • Aronson, Virginia. Konnichiwa Florida Moon: The Story of George Morikami, Pineapple Pioneer. Sarasota, Fla.: Pineapple Press, 2002.
  • - - -. Gift of the Unicorn: The Story of Lue Gim Gong, Florida's Citrus Wizard. Sarasota, Fla.: Pineapple Press, 2002.
  • Bettinger-López, C. Cuban-Jewish Journeys: Searching for Identity, Home, and History in Miami. Knoxvill, Tennessee: University of tennessee Press, 2000.
  • Bouvier, Leon F. Shaping Florida: The Effects of Immigration, 1970-2020. Washington, DC: Center for Immigration Studies, 1995.
  • Croucher, S.L. Imagining Miami: Ethnic Politics in a Postmodern World. Charlottesville, Virginia: University Press of Virginia, 1997.
  • De La Torre, M.A. La Lucha for Cuba: Religion and Politics on the Streets of Miami. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2003.
  • DeSantis, Lydia and Robert Halberstein. "The Effects of Immigration on the Health Care System of South Florida." Human Organization 51.3 (1992): 223-234.
  • Dillion, Patricia. "Clubwomen and Civic Activism: Willie Lowry and Tampa's Club Movement." Florida Historical Quarterly 77.4 (1999): 429-444.
  • Eire, Carlos. Learning to Die in Miami: Confessions of a Refugee Boy. New York: Free Press, 2011.
  • Gaby, Donald C. "The Russian Colony." South Florida History Magazine no.2-3 (1993): 15-17.
  • Garcia, Maria Cristina. Havana, USA: Cuban Exiles and Cuban Americans in South Florida, 1959-1994. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1996.
  • Greenbaum, Susan D. "Marketing Ybor City: Race, Ethnicity, and Historic Preservation in the Sunbelt." City & Society 4.1 (1990): 58-76.
  • The Hands that Feed Us: Undocumented Farm Workers in Florida. Washington, DC: American Civil Liberties Union, 1986.
  • Knetsch, Joe. "The Peonage Controversy and the Florida East Coast Railway." Tequesta 59 (1999): 5-28.
  • LaGodna, Martin M. "Agriculture and Advertising: Florida State Bureau of Immigration, 1923-1960." Florida Historical Quarterly 46.3 (1968): 195-208.
  • Lewis, James A. "Notes and Documents: Cracker-Spanish Florida Style." Florida Historical Quarterly 65.3 (1987): 271-297.
  • Levine, Robert M. Cuban Miami. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2000.
  • Long, Durward. "The Making of Modern Tampa: A City of the New South, 1885-1911." Florida Historical Quarterly 49.4 (1971): 333-345.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • McCoy, Clyde and Diana H. Gonzalez. Cuban Immigration and Immigrants in Florida and the United States: Implications for Immigration Policy. Greensville: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida, 1985.
  • Miami Now: Immigration, Ethnicity, and Social Change. Edited by Guillermo Grenier and Lex Stepick. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1992.
  • Model, Suzanne. "The Ethnic Economy: Cubans and Chinese Reconsidered." Sociological Quarterly 33.1 (1992): 63-82.
  • Mohl, Raymond A. "Shadows in the Sunshine: Race and Ethnicity in Miami." Tequesta 49 (1989): 63-80.
  • - - -. "On the Edge: Blacks and Hispanics in Metropolitan Miami since 1959." Florida Historical Quarterly 69.1 (1990): 37-56.
  • - - -. "Blacks and Hispanics in Multicultural American: A Miami Case Study." Amerikastudien/American Studies [Germany] 40.3 (1995): 389-413.
  • - - -. "Asian Immigration to Florida." Florida Historical Quarterly 74.3 (1996): 261-286.
  • - - -. "Ethnic Transformations in Late-Twentieth-Century Florida." Journal of American Ethnic History 15.2 (1996): 60-78.
  • - - -. "Globalization, Latinization, and the Nuevo New South." Journal of American Ethnic History 22.4 (2003): 31-66.
  • Morimino, Gary R. and George E. Pozzetta. The Immigrant World of Ybor City: Italians and Their Latin Neighbors in Tampa, 1885-1985. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1987.
  • Muir, Thomas, Jr. "1920s East Zaragoza Street, Pensacola, Florida." Gulf Coast Historical Review 12.1 (1996): 171-187.
  • Odzak, Larry. 'Demetrios is now Jimmy': Greek Immigrants in Atlanta, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida. S.I: s.n., 1993.
  • Orser, Frank. " 'Florida and The British Investor' Revisited: The William Moore Angas Papers at the University of Florida." Florida Historical Quarterly 72.2 (1993): 180-188.
  • Parks, Virginia. "Jewish Life in Pensacola." Pensacola History Illustrated 4.4 (1996): 2-10.
  • Perez, Louis A., Jr. "Cubans in Tampa: From Exiles to Immigrants, 1892-1901." Florida Historical Quarterly 57.2 (1978): 129-140.
  • Portes, Alejandro and Leif Jensen. "The Enclave and the Entrants: Patterns of Ethnic Enterprise in Miami before and after Mariel." American Sociological Review 54.6 (1989): 929-949.
  • Portes, Alejandro and Dag MacLeod. "What Shall I Call Myself? Hispanic Identity and Formation in the Second Generation." Ethnic and Racial Studies [Great Britain] 19.3 (1996): 523-547.
  • Portes, Alejandro and Richard Schauffer. "Language and the Second Generation: Bilingualism Yesterday and Today." International Migration Review 28.4 (1994): 640-661.
  • Poyo, Gerald E. 'With All, and for the Good of All': The Emergence of Popular Nationalism in the Cuban Communities of the United States, 1848-1898. Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1989.
  • Pozzeta, George E. "Foreigners in Florida: A Study of Immigration Promotion, 1865-1910." Florida Historical Quarterly 53.2 (1974): 164-180.
  • - - -. "Immigrants and Radicals in Tampa, Florida." Florida Historical Quarterly 57.3 (1979): 337-348.
  • Rumbaut, Ruben G. "The Crucible Within: Ethnic Identity, Self-Esteem, and Segmented Assimilation among Children of Immigrants." International Migration Review 28.4 (1994): 748-794.
  • Rutherford, Robert Erwin. Spain's Immigration Policy for the Floridas, 1780-1806. M.A. thesis, University of Florida, 1952.
  • Sannino, Mark A. The Immigration Movement and Promotion of Florida, 1866-1909. M.A. thesis, Florida State University, 1988.
  • Simpson-Walker, Holly. "Tarpon Springs: From the Health Resort to Ethnic Tourist Haven, 1880-1991." Gulf Coast Historical Review 9.1 (1993): 84-98.
  • Stepick, Alex. The Land is Our Land: Immigrants and Power in Miami. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003.
  • Tignor, Lisa. "La Colonia Latina: The Response of Tampa's Immigrant Community to the Spanish Civil War." Tampa Bay History 12.1 (1990): 19-28.
  • Uguccioni, Ellen J. "What's in a Name?" South Florida History 31.1 (2003): 20-25.
  • Vazquez, Alexandra T. "Learning to Live in Miami." American Quarterly 66 (2014): 853-73.
  • Walker, Doug. "The Media's Role in Immigrant Adaptation: How First-Year Haitians in Miami Use the Media." Journalism and Communication Monographs 1.3 (1999): 158-196.
  • Weiss, Milton. A History of the U.S. Repatriated American Assistance Program in Miami, Florida, 1960-1965. Ph.D. diss. Florida State University, 1966.
  • Westfall, L. Glenn. "Florida's Cultural Legacy: Tobacco." South Florida History Magazine 23.4 (1995): 13-23.

Georgia

  • Abbot, Collamer M. "New England Goes South." Georgia Historical Quarterly 49.3 (1965): 306-319.
  • Bauman, Mark K. "Factionalism and Ethnic Politics in Atlanta: The German Jews from the Civil War through the Progressive Era." Georgia Historical Quarterly 82.3 (1998): 533-558.
  • - - -. "The Emergence of Jewish Social Service Agencies in Atlanta." Georgia Historical Quarterly 69.4 (1985): 488-508.
  • Bayala, Charlotte A. "Cuban Refugees in Atlanta: 1950-80." Master's thesis, Georgia State University, 2006.
  • Beatty, Bess. "The Loo Chang Case in Waynesboro: A Case Study of Sinophobia in Georgia." Georgia Historical Quarterly 67.1 (1983): 35-48.
  • Bronstein, Daniel Aaron. "La Cubana City: A Cuban Cigar Making Enclave Near Thomasville, Georgia, During the 1890s." Master's thesis, Georgia State University, 2002.
  • ______. "The Formation and Development of Chinese Communities in Atlanta, Augusta, and Savannah, Georgia: From Sojourners to Settlers, 1880-1965." PhD diss., Georgia State University, 2008.
  • Callahan, Helen. "The Irish in Augusta." Richmond County History 19-20 (1987-89): 54-65.
  • Camp, Roland E. "The Salzburg Lutheran's in Rural Georgia. Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly 76.1 (2003): 19-33.
  • Cashin, Edward J. "German People in Augusta, GA." Richmond Country History 19-20 (1987-89): 31-39.
  • Dinnerstein, Leonard. The Leo Frank Case. Columbia University Press, 1968.
  • Dyer, Gerdeen. "The Georgia-Republic of Korea (ROK) Connection: Into the Twenty-First Century." West Georgia College Studies in the Social Sciences 28 (1990): 159-168.
  • Ellis, Ann W. "The Greek Community in Atlanta, 1900-1923." Georgia Historical Quarterly 58.4 (1974): 400-408.
  • From Anatolia to Appalachia: A Turkish-American Dialogue. Edited by Joseph M. Scolnick and N. Brent Kennedy. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 2004.
  • Greenberg, Mark I. "Savannah's Jewish Women and the Shaping of Ethnic and Gender Identity, 1830-1900." Georgia Historical Quarterly 82.4 (1998): 751-774.
  • Hernandez-Leon, Ruben and Victor Zuniga. "Making Carpet by the Mile: The Emergence of a Mexican Immigrant Community in an Industrial Region of the U.S. Historic South." Social Science Quarterly 81.1 (2000): 49-66.
  • Hertzberg, Steven. "The Jewish Community of Atlanta from the End of the Civil War until the End of the Frank Case." American Jewish Historical Quarterly 62.3 (1073): 250-287.
  • - - -. "Unsettled Jews: Geographic Mobility in a Nineteenth Century City." American Jewish Historical Quarterly 67.2 (1977): 125-139.
  • Hopkins, Richard J. "Occupational and Geographic Mobility in Atlanta, 1870-1896." Journal of Southern History 34.2 (1968): 200-213.
  • Joshi, Khyati Y. New Roots in America's Sacred Ground: Religion, Race, and Ethnicity in Indian America. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2006.
  • Ken, Sally. "The Chinese Community of Augusta, Georgia from 1873 to 1971." Richmond County History 4.1 (1972): 51-60.
  • Law, Eileen, and Sally Ken. "A Study of the Chinese Community." Georgia Historical Quarterly 5.2 (1973): 23-43.
  • MacLean, Nancy. “The Leo Frank Case Reconsidered: Gender and Sexual Politics in the Making of Reactionary Populism.” The Journal of American History 78, no. 3 (December 1991): 917–948.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Mebane, Ann Fonvielle. “Immigrant Patterns in Atlanta, 1880 and 1896.” M.A. Thesis, Emory University, 1967.
  • Min, Pyong Gap and Charles Jaret. "Ethnic Business Success: The Case of Korean Small Business in Atlanta." Sociology and Social Research 69.3 (1985): 412-435.
  • Morgan, David T. "Judaism in Eighteenth-Century Georgia." Georgia Historical Quarterly 58.1 (1974): 41-54.
  • O’Connor, Flannery. “The Displaced Person.” In A Good Man Is Hard to Find and Other Stories, 167–95. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1955.
  • Odzak, Larry. 'Demetrios is now Jimmy': Greek Immigrants in Atlanta, Georgia and Jacksonville, Florida. S.I: s.n., 1993.
  • Pyong, Gap Min. "From White-Collar Occupations to Small Business: Korean Immigrants' Occupational Adjustment." Sociological Quarterly 25.3 (1984): 333-352.
  • Rockaway, Robert A. " 'It's Hard Living in Atlanta': The Contrasting Views of Two Jewish Immigrants, 1905-1906." Georgia Historical Quarterly 77.3 (1993): 567-576.
  • Rowland, Arthur Ray. China and Immigrants to Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia. Augusta, GA: Augusta Genealogical Society, 2006.
  • Schmier, Louis. " 'This New Canaan': The Jewish Experience in Georgia, Part I." Georgia Historical Quarterly 73.2 (1993): 349-363.
  • Shoemaker, Edward Matthew. Strangers and Citizens: The Irish Immigrant Community of Savannah, 1837-1861. Ph.D diss., Emory University, 1990.
  • Sharma, Karuna and Kemp, Candace L. "'One should follow the wind': Individualized Filial Piety and Support Exchanges in Indian Immigration Families in the United States." Journal of Aging Studies. 26.2 (April 2012): 129-139.
  • Siegel, Fred. "Artisans and Immigrants in the Politics of Late Antebellum Georgia." Civil War History 27.3 (1981): 221-230.
  • Steinberg, Jack. “United for Worship and Charity: A History of Congregation Children of Israel.” Augusta, GA, 1983. Children of Israel, Augusta GA.
  • Thangaraj, Stanley. "Ballin' Indo-Pak Style: Pleasures, Desires and Expressive Practice of 'South Asian American' masculinity." International Review for the Sociology of Sport. 45.3 (September 2010): 372-389.
  • Thigpen, Thomas Paul. Aristocracy of the Heart: Catholic Lay Leadership in Savannah, 1820-1870. Ph.D diss., Emory University, 1995.
  • White, William Sakamoto. Growth Machines, Place Entrepreneurs and the Social Construction of Ethnic Enclave Economies: An Examination of Atlanta's Chinese Enclave Economy. Ph.D diss., Georgia State University, 1996.
  • Withuhn, William l. "Salzburgers and Slavery: A Problem of Mentalite." Georgia Historical Quarterly 68.2 (1984): 173-192.
  • Yoo, Jin-Yyung. Immigrant Entrepreneurs: Social and Family Networks and Ethnic Resources of Korean Immigrants in the Atlanta Metropolitan Statistical Area. Ph.D. diss., University of Georgia, 1996.
  • Zhao, Jianli. Strangers in the City: The Atlanta Chinese, Their Community, and Stories of Their Lives. New York: Routledge, 2002.

Kentucky

  • Cantrell, Doug. "Immigrants and Community in Harlan County, 1910-1930." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 86.2 (1988): 119-141.
  • From Anatolia to Appalachia: A Turkish-American Dialogue. Edited by Joseph M. Scolnick and N. Brent Kennedy. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 2004.
  • Gwinn, Erna Ottl. "The Liederkranz in Louisville." Filson Club Historical Quarterly 49.3 (1975): 276-290.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Meaney, Richard J. "Louisville Scenes: The Autobiography of FR. Richard J. Meaney." Folson Club History Quarterly 57.1 (1983): 7-19.
  • Purvis, Thomas L. "The Ethnic Descent of Kentucky's Early Population: A Statistical Investigation of European and American Sources of Emigration, 1790-1820." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 80.3 (1982): 253-266.
  • Waldrep, Christopher. "Immigration and Opportunity along the Cumberland River in Western Kentucky." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 80.4 (1982): 392-407.
  • Weisert, John J. "Germans and the Southern Labor Shortage, 1865-66." American-German Review 30.6 (1964): 29-31.
  • - - -. "Lemcke Visits Kentucky's German Colonies in 1885." Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 75.3 (1977): 222-232.
  • Wildsmith, Dana S. "ESL, PM, Class Code 9318" Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 20, nos. 2-3 (Summer/Winter 2003): 22-24.

Louisiana

  • Airriess, Christopher A. and David L. Clawson. "Versailles: A Vietnamese Enclave in New Orleans, Louisiana." Journal of Cultural Geography 12.1 (1991): 1-13.
  • Ashkenazi, Elliot. The Business of Jews in Louisiana, 1840-1875. Judaic Studies Series. University of Alabama Press, 1988.
  • Baiamonte, John V., Jr. "The Louisiana Farmers' Protective Union: A Study in Ethnic Power and the Rise of the Political Career of James H. 'Jimmy' Morrison." Louisiana History 44.4 (2003): 75-98.
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  • Irvin, Hilary S. “The Impact of German Immigration on New Orleans Architecture.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 27, no. 4 (October 1, 1986): 375–406.
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  • Lawrence, William Francis. "European Immigration Trends of Northeast Louisiana, 1800-1900." Louisiana History 26.1 (1985): 41-52.
  • Lovrich, Frank M. "Work among the Yugoslavs on the Mississippi Delta." American Journal of Economics and Sociology 27.2 (1968): 133-146.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
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  • Mays, David. “‘Civilizing Moustache Pete’: Changing Attitudes Towards Italians in New Orleans, 1890-1918.” In Ethnic Minorities in Gulf Coast Society, edited by Jerrell H. Shofner and Linda V. Ellsworth, 95–110. Pensacola, Fla.: Gulf Coast History and Humanities Conference, 1979.
  • Niehaus, E. F. “Paddy on the Local Stage and in Humor: The Image of the Irish in New Orleans, 1830-1862.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 5, no. 2 (April 1964): 117–134.
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  • Proctor, Samuel. "Jewish Life in New Orleans, 1718-1860." Louisiana Historical Quarterly 40.2 (1957): 110-132.
  • Russell, Sarah. "Ethnicity, Commerce and Community on Lower Louisiana's Plantation Frontier, 1803-1828." Louisiana History 40.4 (1999): 389-405.
  • Scarpaci, Jean Ann. "A Tale of Selective Accommodation: Sicilians and Native Whites in Louisiana." Journal of Ethnic Studies 5.3 (1977): 37-50.
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  • Stielow, Fredrick J. "Francophones and Americanization on a Gulf Coast Island." Louisiana History 27.2 (1986): 183-194.
  • Tarella, Whitney. "Beyond the Noose: Italian Immigrants in late-Nineteenth-Century New Orleans." MA Thesis, George Washington University, 2009.
  • Thomas, Leanna. I. "A Fractured Foundation: Discontinuities in Acadian Resettlement in Louisiana, 1755-1803." Louisiana History 55 (2014): 198-227.
  • Trepanier, Cecyle. "The Cajunization of French Louisiana: Forging a Regional Identity." Geographical Journal [Great Britain] 157.2 (1991): 161-171.
  • Trujillo-Pagan, Nicole. "Recovering Latinos' Place in New Orleans." Louisiana History 55 (2014): 177-92.
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  • Wilcox, Jerry and Anthony V. Margavio. "Occupational Representation by Race, Ethnicity and Residence in Turn-of-the-Century New Orleans." Social Science Journal 24.1 (1987): 1-16.
  • Williams, E. Russ. “Louisiana’s Public and Private Immigration Endeavors: 1866-1893.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 15, no. 2 (April 1974): 153–173.
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Mississippi

  • Brownell, Blaine A. "Urbanization in the South: A Unique Experience?" Mississippi Quarterly 26.2 (1973): 103-120.
  • Carpenter, Barbara, ed. Ethnic Heritage in Mississippi. Jackson: Published for the Mississippi Humanities Council by the University Press of Mississippi, 1992.
  • Dixie Diaspora: An Anthology of Southern Jewish History. Judaic Studies Series. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2006.
  • Evans, Eli N. The Lonely Days Were Sundays : Reflections of a Jewish Southerner. University Press of Mississippi, 1993.
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  • Hellwig, David J. "Building a Black Nation: The Role of Immigrants in the Thought and Rhetoric of Booker T. Washington." Mississippi Quarterly 31.4 (1978): 529-550.
  • Jung, John. Chopsticks in the Land of Cotton : Lives of Mississippi Delta Chinese Grocers. Ying & Yang Press, 2008.
  • Lim de Sanchez, Sieglinde. "Crafting a Delta Chinese Community: Education and Acculturation in Twentieth-Century Southern Baptist Mission Schools." History of Education Quarterly 43 (2003): 74-90.
  • Loewen, James W. The Mississippi Chinese: Between Black and White. Harvard East Asian Series ; Harvard University Press, 1971.
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  • Olsson, Nils William. "Early Swedish Immigration to the Mississippi Valley." Perspectives on Swedish Immigration (Chicago Pioneer Historical Society and Duluth: University of Minnesota, 1978): 100-108.
  • Quan, Robert Seto and Julian B. Roebuck. Lotus among the Magnolias: The Mississippi Chinese. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1982.
  • Smith, Claude P. "Official Efforts by the State of Mississippi to Encourage Immigration, 1868-1886." Journal of Mississippi History 32.4 (1970): 327-340.
  • Thomas Jr., James. “Mississippi Mahjar: The Lebanese Immigration Experience in the Delta.” In Ethnic Heritage in Mississippi: The Twentieth Century. Jackson, Miss.: University Press of Mississippi, 2012.
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  • Toups, Neil J. Mississippi Valley Pioneers. Lafayette: Neilson Publishing Co., 1970.
  • Walley, Cherilyn A. "Grady McWhitney's 'Antebellum Piney Woods Culture': The Non-Celtic Origins of Greene County, Mississippi, 1820-1860." Journal of Mississippi History 60.3 (1998): 223-239.
  • Waligora-Davis, Nicole A. "Phantom Limbs." Mississippi Quarterly 56.4 (2003): 657-674.
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  • Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “Leroy Percy and Sunnyside: Planter Mentality and Italian Peonage in the Mississippi Delta.” The Arkansas Historical Quarterly 50, no. 1 (April 1991): 60–84.

North Carolina

  • Blethen, H. Tyler and Curtin W. Wood, Jr. From Ulster to Carolina: The Migration of the Scotch-Irish to Southwestern North Carolina. Raleigh: North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives ands History, 1998.
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  • Cantrell, Gregg. "Southerner and Nativist: Kenneth Rayner and the Ideology of 'Americanism'." North Carolina Historical Review 69.2 (1992): 131-147.
  • Clark, Paul Coe, Jr. "Mexicans in a North Carolina Town." Secolas Annals 30 (1999): 70-88.
  • Craige, Tito. "Boat People Tough it Out." Migration Today 13.2 (1985): 31-34.
  • Fink, Leon. The Maya of Morganton: Work and Community in the Nuevo New South. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2007.
  • From Anatolia to Appalachia: A Turkish-American Dialogue. Edited by Joseph M. Scolnick and N. Brent Kennedy. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 2004.
  • Hart, William A., Jr. "George Masa: The Best Mountaineer." In May We All Remember Well: A Journal of the History & Cultures of Western North Carolina, vol. 1. Edited by R. S. Brunk, 249-275. Asheville, N.C.: Robert S. Brunk Auction Services Inc., 1997.
  • Kurthen, Hermann. "Gone With the Wind? German Language Retention in North Carolina and the United States in Comparative Perspective." Yearbook of German-American Studies 33 (1998): 55-83.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • O’Neil, Kevin, and Marta Tienda. “A Tale of Two Counties: Natives’ Opinions Toward Immigration in North Carolina.” International Migration Review 44, no. 3 (October 1, 2010): 728–761.
  • Pitts, Wayne J. Recent Mexican Immigration to the Rural South: A Case Study in Western North Carolina. Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 2003.
  • Ray, Rebecca Celeste. Scottish-American Heritage: Community and Celebration in North Carolina. Ph.D. diss., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1996.
  • "A Scottish Document Concerning Emigration to North Carolina in 1772." North Carolina Historical Review 67.4 (1990): 438-449.
  • Stathakis, Paula Maria. Almost White: Greek and Lebanese-Syrian Immigrants in North and South Carolina, 1900-1940. Ph.D. diss., University of South Carolina 1996.
  • Synnott, Marcia G. "Replacing 'Sambo': Could White Immigrants Solve the Labor Problem in the Carolinas?" Proceeding of the South Carolina Historical Association (1982): 77-89.

South Carolina

  • Bell, Michael Everette. "Regional Identity in the Antebellum South: How German Immigrants became 'Good' Charlestonians." South Carolina Historical Magazine 100.1 (1999): 9-28.
  • "A Description of America, 1785." Edited by Cecil Roth. American Jewish Archives 17.1 (1965): 27-33.
  • From Anatolia to Appalachia: A Turkish-American Dialogue. Edited by Joseph M. Scolnick and N. Brent Kennedy. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 2004.
  • Heisser, David C. R., and Stephen J. White Sr. Patrick N. Lynch, 1817-1882: Third Catholic Bishop of Charleston. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2015.
  • Jones, George F. "Compilation of Lists of German-Speaking Settlers of Purrysburg." South Carolina Historical Magazine 92.40 (1991): 253-268.
  • "The Journal of Fredrick William Muller." South Carolina Historical Magazine 86.4 (1985); 255-281.
  • Li, Jian. “A History of the Chinese in Charleston.” The South Carolina Historical Magazine 99, no. 1 (January 1998): 34–65.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Morris, George J. Charleston’s Greek Heritage. The History Press, 2008.
  • Rogers, George C. and Marion R. Hemperley. "Federal Naturalization Oaths in South Carolina, 1790-1860." South Carolina Historical Magazine 66.2 (1965): 112-113.
  • Roper, Louis H. "The Unraveling of an Anglo-American Utopia in South Carolina." Historian 58.2 (1996): 277-288.
  • Stathakis, Paula Maria. Almost White: Greek and Lebanese-Syrian Immigrants in North and South Carolina, 1900-1940. Ph.D. diss., University of South Carolina, 1996.
  • Strickland, Jeffery. “How the Germans Became White Southerners: German Immigrants and African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina, 1860-1880.” Journal of American Ethnic History 28, no. 1 (April 2008): 52–69.
  • Synnott, Marcia G. "Replacing 'Sambo': Could White Immigrants Solve the Labor Problem in the Carolinas?" Proceeding of the South Carolina Historical Association (1982): 77-89.

Tennessee

  • Ansley, Fran, and Susan Williams."Southern Women and Southern Borders on the Move: Tennessee Workers Explore the New International Division of Labor." In Neither Separate Nor Equal: Women, Race, and Class in the South. Edited by B. Smith, 207-244. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1999.
  • Berkeley, Kathleen C. "Ethnicity and Its Implications for Southern Urban History: The Saga of Memphis, Tennessee, 1850-1880." Tennessee Historical Quarterly 50.4 (1991): 193-202.
  • - - -. Like a Plague of Locust: Immigration and Social Change in Memphis, Tennessee, 1850-1880. Ph.D diss., University of California at Los Angeles, 1980.
  • Cornfield, Daniel B. and Angela Arzubiaga. "Immigrants and Education in the U.S. Interior: Integrating and Segmenting tendencies in Nashville, Tennessee." Peabody Journal of Education 79, no. 2 (January 2004): 157-179.
  • Frank, Fedora Small. "Nashville Jewry During the Civil War." Tennessee Historical Quarterly 39.2 (1980): 154-177.
  • From Anatolia to Appalachia: A Turkish-American Dialogue. Edited by Joseph M. Scolnick and N. Brent Kennedy. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 2004.
  • Lewis, Selma S. A Biblical People in the Bible Belt: The Jewish Community of Memphis, Tennessee, 1840s-1960s. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 1998.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Rauchle, Bob C. "The Germantown Near Milan, Tennessee." West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 20 (1966): 61-76.
  • - - -. "Biographical Sketches of Prominent Germans in Memphis, Tennessee in the Nineteenth Century." West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 22 (1968): 73-85.
  • - - -. " The Reaction of the Germans in Memphis to the Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871." Tennessee Historical Quarterly 30.2 (1971): 205-209.
  • Teske, Robert. "Greek Immigration to Nashville, Tennessee: An Oral History." Kentucky Folklore Records 29.3-4 (1983): 102-110.
  • Uselton, Darrell B. "Irish Immigration and Settlement in Memphis Tennessee: 1820s-1860s." West Tennessee Historical Society Papers 50 (1996): 115-129.
  • Wildsmith, Dana S. "ESL, PM, Class Code 9318" Now and Then: The Appalachian Magazine 20, nos. 2-3 (Summer/Winter 2003): 22-24.

Virginia

  • Bronner, Hedin. "Norge in Virginia." American Scandinavian Review 45.3 (1957): 258-263.
  • Fennell, Gloria. "A Greek Community Takes Root in Charlottesville: The First Fifty Years." Magazine of Albemarle County History 54 (1996): 1-27.
  • From Anatolia to Appalachia: A Turkish-American Dialogue. Edited by Joseph M. Scolnick and N. Brent Kennedy. Macon, Ga.: Mercer University Press, 2004.
  • Hantman, Jeffrey, and Phyllis Leffler. “To Seek the Peace of the City: Jewish Life in Charlottesville,” 2000. http://www2.lib.virginia.edu/exhibits/seek/.
  • Keller, Christian B. “Pennsylvania and Virginia Germans During the Civil War: A Brief History and Comparative Analysis.” The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 109, no. 1 (January 2001): 37–86.
  • Linebaugh, Donald W. "Folk Art, Architecture, and Artifact: Toward a Material Understanding of the German Culture in the Upper Valley of Virginia." In The Southern Colonial Backcountry: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Frontier Communities. Edited by D. Crass, et al., 200-220. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1998.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • McLeod, Norman C., Jr. "Not Forgetting the Land We Left: The Irish in Antebellum Richmond." Virginia Cavalcade 47.1 (1998): 36-47.
  • Steger, Werner H. 'United to Support, But Not Combined to Injure': Free Workers and Immigrants in Richmond, Virginia, during the Era of Sectionalism, 1847-1865. Ph.D. diss., George Washington University, 1999.
  • - - -. "German Immigrants, the Revolution of 1848, and the Politics of Liberalism in Antebellum Richmond." Yearbook of German-American Studies 34 (1999):19-34.
  • Sussman, Lance J. The Life and Career of Isaac Leeser (1806-1868): A Study of American Judaism in Its Formative Period. Ph.d diss., Hebrew Union Collection- Jewish Institute of Religion, 1988.
  • Wolfe, Margaret Ripley. "Aliens in the Southern Appalachia, 1900-1920: The Italian Experience in Wise County, Virginia." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 87.4 (1979): 455-472.
  • Wood, Joseph. “Vietnamese American Place Making in Northern Virginia.” Geographical Review 87, no. 1 (January 1, 1997): 58–72.

West Virginia

  • Andersen, Kevin. "Sedor Fedukovich: A New American in Fayette County." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 22.3 (1996): 16-22.
  • Barkey, Fred. "West Virginia's Belgian and French Glassworkers." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer 2001): 28-29.
  • Battlo, Jean. "'LaVora E Casa': Memories of an Italian Mining Family." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 25.1 (1999): 48-55.
  • Betler, Bruce. "Barg Kass: Cheesemaking Among the West Virginia Swiss." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 20.1 (1994): 28-35.
  • Cometti, Elizabeth. "Swiss Immigration to West Virginia, 1864-1884." Mississippi Valley Historical Review 47.1 (1960): 66-87.
  • Earl, Jesse A. "The Life of Joseph H. Diss de Bar and his Reminiscences of Doddridge County, 1883." West Virginia History 28.3 (1967): 228-240.
  • Fones-Wolf, Ken, and Ronald L. Lewis. Transnational West Virginia : Ethnic Communities and Economic Change, 1840-1940. West Virginia and Appalachia ; West Virginia University Press, 2002.
  • Gonzalez, G. W. Pinnick Kinnick Hill: An American Story. Edited by Mark Brazaitas, with a preface by Suronda Gonzalez. Translated by Daniel D. Ferreras. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 2003.
  • Hardman, Olga S. "A Frenchman in Clarksburg: Recalling Glassmaker Danton Caussin." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 27 (Summer 2001): 24-32.
  • Hammersmith, Jack. L. "West Virginia, the 'Heathen Chinee,' and the 'California Conspiracy'." West Virginia History 34.3 (1973): 291-296.
  • Hidalgo, Thomas Gene. Reconstructing a History of Spanish Immigration in West Virginia: Implications for Multicultural Education. Ed.D. diss., University of Massachusetts, 1999.
  • Hurley, Basil. "Tales from the Irish Tract." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24.1 (1998): 38-45.
  • Julian, Norman. "Thomas Greco: Shinnston Shoemaker." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 19.2 (1993): 22-27.
  • Mahin, Dean. The Blessed Place of Freedom: Europeans in Civil War America. Washington, DC: Brassey, 2002.
  • Makricosta, Pamela. "A Bundle of Treasures: Greeks in West Virginia." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 23.4 (1997): 36-43.
  • McCormick, Charles H. "The Death of Constable Riggs: Ethnic Conflict in Marion County in the World War I Era." West Virginia History 52 (1993): 33-58.
  • Sadlowski, Marie Twohig. "My Childhood on Irish Mountain." Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 24.1 (1998): 46-48.
  • Singer, Louis E. "Now an American: The Autobiography of Louis E. Singer." American Jewish Archives 22.1 (1970): 3-12.
  • Stenger, Mary Beth. 'Lebanese in the Land of Opportunity: The Michael Family of Clarksburg.' Goldenseal: West Virginia Traditional Life 28 (Winter 2002): 22-28.
  • Transnational West Virginia: Ethnic Communities and Economic Change, 1840-1940. Edited by K. Fones-Wolf and R. Lewis, 50-70. Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 2002.
  • Ward, Berry J. "Italian-American Folk Poetry." West Virginia History 43.4 (1982): 285-302.

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