4 edition of Immigrants at school, New York City, 1898-1914 found in the catalog.
Immigrants at school, New York City, 1898-1914
Selma Cantor Berrol
|Statement||Selma Cantor Berrol.|
|Series||Bilingual-bicultural education in the United States|
|LC Classifications||LC3733.N5 B47 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 423 p. :|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||77090872|
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City University of New York., - Jews - pages. 0 Reviews. Immigrants at School: New York Immigrants at school, Author: Selma Cantor Berrol. Pupils and schools in New York City: a fact book Author: Sheldon, Eleanor Harriet (Bernert), New York City () A high school and its immigrant community: a challenge and an opportunity Author: Covello, Leonard, Published: ().
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New York: Praeger, Buk-Swienty, Tom. The Other Half: The Life of Jacob Riis and the World of Immigrant America. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Cannato, Vincent J. American Passage: The History of Ellis Island.
1st ed. New York: Harper, School Wars,pp. ), David Tyack (One Best System,pp. ), and myself (Immigrants at School, New York City,). In view of this prior work, it seems fair to ask what Brumberg has contributed to the history of Jewish immigration and education in New York City.
To what extent does he provide new data. Revise. Selma Berrol taught at Baruch College for twenty-seven years, serving many years as chair of the department and assistant dean of liberal arts, before becoming professor emerita in A graduate of Hunter College (B.A.), Columbia University (M.A.), and the City University of New York (Ph.D.), Berrol is the author of Immigrants at School: New York, –, East.
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.
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Contributions to this book include an analysis and bibliography of Judeo. ("Immigrants at School, New York City, " [Ph.D. dissertation, The City University of New York, ]). At the Nott School, twenty-five to forty children were given a shower each day (The Citizen, April 3, ).
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DaRosa. Jobs. Fresh from the end of the Industrial Revolution, the new formed United States was in need of laborers. With the country’s growing economy came a growing population. 12 million immigrants had passed through the gates at Ellis Island nestled in the New York Harbor between and As a result, the New York City population grew.
Table of contents for International Migration Review, 14, 1, In New York, the evening schools performed all three functions, but be cause the city was home to millions of immigrants it was especially concerned with the need to reach the foreign born.
Like evening schools everywhere, the New York City system was troubled by poor attendance, unsuitable curriculum and inadequate by: 3. FOOTNOTES. Moses Rischin, The Promised City New York's Jews,(Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ); (2) This exhibit was described in many contemporary social welfare journals as well as in the study, Lawrence Veiller and Robert DeForest, eds.,The Tenement House Problem (New York: Macmillan, ) 2 vols.; Charity Organization Society.
The San Juan islander. [volume] (Friday Harbor, Wash.)JImage 3, brought to you by Washington State Library; Olympia, WA, and. Berrol, Selma C.
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Footnotes 1 David B. Tyack, The One Best System: A History of American Urban Education (Cambridge:. Start studying History Exam 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
won election to the New York legislature served as New York City police commissioner Many native-born Americans feared the new type of immigrants who had arrived in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.New York, Jan.
B.—The total pub lic benefactions in the United States during were $, an amount $40, greater than any previous year in the history of the country, according to statistics com piled by a New York newspaper.
The amount this year Mas over twice as much as was given away last year. The principal benefactors.Hebrew Sheltering Guardian Society founded inmerged into The Jewish Child Care Association of New York in The collection includes administrative records consisting of annual reports, Board of Directors' annual reports and meeting minutes, a limited amount of committee reports, financial records, donation books, and property records.
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