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Special Libraries, Archives, Museums and Exhibits


The web sites, organizations and agencies listed in this guide are provided purely as a convenience and do not in any way imply an endorsement of contents or services.



    You may access these databases from the Hunter College Libraries website's Databases page.



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    From Poor Law to Welfare State: a history of social welfare in America - Walter I. Trattner
    Call Number: Reserve & Stacks - HV91 .T7 1999
    ISBN: 0684854716
    Publication Date: 1998-12-01

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    In a New Land: a comparative view of immigration [E-BOOK] - Nancy Foner
    Call Number: Reserve - JV6465 .F66 2005
    ISBN: 081472745X
    Publication Date: 2005-08-01

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    New Immigrants in New York - Nancy Foner (Editor)
    Call Number: Reserve & Stacks - F128.9 .A1 N38 2001
    ISBN: 0231124155
    Publication Date: 2001-08-22

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    Culturally Competent Practice with Immigrant and Refugee Children and Families - Rowena Fong (Editor)
    Call Number: Reserve - HV741 .C78 2004
    ISBN: 1572309318
    Publication Date: 2003-11-04

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    Reinventing the Melting Pot: the new immigrants and what it means to be American - Tamar Jacoby
    Call Number: Reserve JV6475 .R45 2004
    ISBN: 0465036341
    Publication Date: 2004-01-07

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    A Different Mirror: a history of multicultural America - Ronald T. Takaki
    Call Number: Reserve - E184 .A1 T335 1993
    ISBN: 0316831123
    Publication Date: 1993-06-01

    Electronic Journals

    You may access all these e-journals through the Hunter College Libraries website's E-Journal Look Up


    • Ethnographic Video Online
      Subscription database available through the library containing hundreds of videos.
    • Third World Newsreel
      "... an alternative media arts organization that fosters the creation, appreciation and dissemination of independent film and video by and about people of color and social justice issues."

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