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Date Created1957
DescriptionAfter the Soviets suppressed the Revolution in Hungary in 1956, aproximately 200,000 Hungarians fled the country. Many Hungarian refugees came to New Jersey, some of whom were housed at Camp Kilmer, a...
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AuthorWaugh, Isabelle
Date Created1996
DescriptionIn this "I remember" memoir, Isabell Waugh, a former teacher at Seabrook, compares and constrasts the different groups of students she taught. She remembers that native-born American teenagers tended...
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AuthorAtwood, Jr., Wallace W; Trytten, M.H.
Date Created1957
DescriptionAfter the Soviets suppressed the Revolution in Hungary in 1956, approximately 200,000 Hungarians fled the country. Many Hungarian refugees came to New Jersey, some of whom were housed at Camp Kilmer,...
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Date Created2002
DescriptionThis interview was conducted as part of the New Jersey Historical Commission Grant-funded Multi-Ethnic Oral History Project. The interviewee is Mrs. Vo thi Thu Lan, a Vietnamese American, who came to...
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AuthorRichards, Marguerite L.
Date Created1956
DescriptionAfter the Soviets suppressed the Revolution in Hungary in 1956, approximately 200,000 Hungarians fled the country. Many Hungarian refugees came to New Jersey, some of whom were housed at Camp Kilmer,...
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Date Created1954
DescriptionResearchers from the Rutgers University's Department of Sociology and from the Institute of Management and Labor Relations, produced this June, 1954, report, on how displaced persons adjust to living...
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Date Created1936
DescriptionJersey Homesteads (later Roosevelt) was established in the 1930s as an agro-industrial cooperative community. It was established specifically for urban Jewish garment workers, many of whom had...
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AuthorPozzi, Ellen Marie
Date Created2013
Degree Date2013-10
DescriptionThis historical study of Italian immigrants’ information ecologies addresses the current lack of research on immigrants and libraries. The objective of this research is to develop a textured...