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The Distribution of Immigrants in the United States

Walter F. Willcox
The Quarterly Journal of Economics
Vol. 20, No. 4 (Aug., 1906), pp. 523-546
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1882720
Page Count: 24
Subjects: Business Economics
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Notes and References

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[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Mayo-Smith, Immigration and Emigration, p. 71 (1890).
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    Eleventh Census, Populatioa, Part I., p. lxxxix (1895).
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    Fifty-fourth Congress, First Session, Senate Report No. 290, pp. 8, 9 (1896).
  • 3
    Senator Lodge in Century Magazine, vol. lxvii. p. 468 (1904).
  • 4
    The Outlook, vol. lxxvi. p. 489 (1904).
  • 5
    G. C. Speranza in The Outlook, vol. lxxvi. p. 938 (1904).
  • 6
    E. Norton in Annals of American Academy, vol. xxiv. p. 161 (1904).
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    F. P. Sargent in Annals of American Academy, vol. xxiv. p. 153 (1904).
  • 8
    J. D. Whelpley in Fortnightly, vol. lxxxiii. p. 317 (1905).
  • 10
    Prescott F. Hall, Immigration, p. 300 (1905).
  • 1
    Twelfth Census (1906), Tables X. and XII.
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    Twelfth Census, vol. ii., Tables II. and IX.
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    Twelfth Census, Supplementary Analysis (1906), Tables X. and XIV.
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    Twelfth Census, Supplementary Analysis and Derivative Tables, Tables X., XI., XIV., and XV.
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    Twelfth Census, Supplementary Analysis (1906), Table XXIX.
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    Twelfth Census, Abstract, Table X.
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    welfth Census, Abstract, Table XLVIII.
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    Twelfth Census, Supplementary Analysis, Table XXXIV.
  • 1
    Fifty-fourth Congress, First Session, Senate Report No. 290.