This dissertation is about the dislocation and estrangement of transatlantic migrants to the rural Midwest, and the ways in which they both resisted and participated in their own sociocultural displacement by formulating new identities in unfamiliar contexts.
Minority & ethnic groups;
0337: American history
0631: Minority & ethnic groups
Identifier / keyword
Social sciences; Identities; Immigrant; Midwest; Rural immigrants
Immigrant identities in the rural Midwest, 1830–1925
DAI-A 68/07, Dissertation Abstracts International
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Iowa State University
United States -- Iowa
Dissertations & Theses
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