3 edition of Population of the city of New York, 1890-1930 found in the catalog.
Population of the city of New York, 1890-1930
|Statement||compiled and edited by Walter Laidlaw, executive secretary ... Publication committee, Robert E. Chaddock, Neva R. Deardorff, Haven Emerson.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 16823.|
|Contributions||Laidlaw, Walter, 1861-, comp., Chaddock, Robert Emmet, 1879-1940., Deardorff, Neva R. 1887-1958., Emerson, Haven, 1874-1957.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
New York City boasted 18 settlement houses by , which sought to help immigrants adapt to life in the US and adopt American standards and values. After World War I and the beginnings of immigration restriction in , the social forces driving . His passport application shows that he had resided in College View, Nebraska, Chicago, and New York City. The , census shows that he was living in Washington, DC, was married to a native of New Jersey, and had a 17 year old son who had been born in Mississippi.
Corning is a city in Steuben County, New York, United States, on the Chemung population at the is named for Erastus Corning, an Albany financier and railroad executive who was an investor in the company that developed the community. The city is best known as the headquarters of Fortune company Corning Incorporated, . Research on any anti-Semitic organizations or manifestations of the twentieth century must begin here. Also useful for understanding the s anti-Jewish events was the New York Department of Investigation’s Report on Investigation of Anti-American and Anti-Semitic Vandalism, 5 January (New York Public Library).
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Get this from a library. Population of the city of New York of the city of New York. [Neva R Deardorff; Robert E Chaddock; Walter Laidlaw; Cities Census Committee (New York, N.Y.)]. Book: Language: English: Published: New York: Cities Census Committee [c] Subjects and Genres: New York (N.Y.) > Population.
United States > Census. United States > Population. New York (N.Y.) > Census. a Population of the city of New York, The history of New York City (–) started with the inauguration in of Fernando Wood as the first mayor from Tammany Hall, an institution that dominated the city throughout this s led to the New York City Police Riot of June There was chaos during the American Civil War, with major rioting in the New York Draft Gilded Age brought.
Population of the City of New York, Cities Census Committee, Inc., New York. New York City, Cities Census Committee, Inc., c HA N5 C5 - Lehman Reference HA N5 C5 a - Business Reference Compiles population data from Federal censuses,and from New York State censuses, Author: Kristina Williams.
The modern five boroughs, comprising the city of New York, were united in That year, the cities of New York—which then consisted of present-day Manhattan and the Bronx—and Brooklyn were both consolidated with the largely rural areas of Queens and Staten Island.
The total population was million inleaping to million in and leveling off at million. The most comprehensive history of New York City is probably Kenneth T. Jackson (and a cast of thousands)'s The Encyclopedia of New York City. However, it is, as the title says, an encyclopedia, not a narrative book, and, like most encyclopedias.
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Nicholas Avenue, and Morningside Park on the west; the Harlem River and th Street on the north; Fifth Avenue on the east; and Central Park North on the south. The greater Harlem area encompasses several other Borough: Manhattan. Population History of New York City. Population of the City of New York, compiled and edited by Walter Laidlaw New York City, Cities Census Committee, Inc.,  Statistical Sources for Demographic Studies of Greater New York, U.S.
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In this paper I will discuss and explain anatomy of a crime decline in New York City as well as if in these days can we say that the city is safe. Purpose of this book " The City That Become Safe " written by Franklin E. Zimring is to show us how crime rate changed during to According to author this book presents a detailed profile.
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Osofsky sets his chronicle against the background of pre-Harlem black life in New York City and in the context of the radical changes.
Percentage of the Nation in New York City and Six Other Areal Groupings of Continental United States, –, in Population of the City of New York – (New York: Cities Census Committee, Inc., ), NYAM Collection.
About United States Federal Census Fragment These records have been extracted from the remaining population schedules for the Federal Census, which was destroyed by a fire at the Commerce Department in Washington, DC on 10 January Blacks.
New York City has played a pivotal role in the history of black Americans. The city during the nineteenth century was a center of abolitionism, the site of influential black churches, benevolent organizations, and schools, and a focus of sometimes violent conflict between blacks and European immigrants.
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