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Paul Garner. 2011 .

Garner, Paul H.,

Between 1889 and 1919, Weetman Pearson became one of the world's most important engineering contractors, a pioneer in the international oil industry, and one of Britain's wealthiest men. At the center of his global business empire were his interests in Mexico. While Pearson's…
3. Chinese Cubans: a transnational history Book , Print in English
Kathleen López. 2013 .

López, Kathleen.

"In the mid-nineteenth century, Cuba's infamous "coolie" trade brought well over 100,000 Chinese indentured laborers to its shores. Though subjected to abominable conditions, they were followed during subsequent decades by smaller numbers of merchants, craftsmen, and free…
Lara Putnam. 2002 .

Putnam, Lara

The evolution of family practice in Jamaica and Costa Rica -- Sojourners and settlers : economic cycles and traveling lives, 1850s-1940s -- Las princesas del dollar : prostitutes and the banana booms, 1890s-1920s -- Compañeros : communities and kinship, 1920s-1950s…
Lara Putnam. 2002 .

Putnam, Lara.

In the 19th century, migrants from the USA, across the Caribbean and beyond poured into Caribbean Central America, drawn by the established banana plantations and economic booms, creating a very mixed population. This work explores the effects of this change on gender, kinship…
Jose C. Moya. 1998 .

Moya, Jose C., 1952-

1. Five Global Revolutions: The Macrostructural Dimensions of Emigration in Spain -- 2. Argentina Becomes a Country of Immigrants -- 3. Weaving the Net: Microsocial Dimensions of Spanish Emigration to Argentina -- 4. Settling in the City…
Rebecca J. Scott and Jean M. Hébrard. 2012 .

Scott, Rebecca J. (Rebecca Jarvis), 1950-

1. "Rosalie, Black Woman of the Poulard Nation" -- 2. "Rosalie...My Slave" -- 3. Citizen Rosalie -- 4. Crossing the Gulf -- 5. Land of the Rights of Man -- 6. Joseph and His Brothers -- 7. "The Term Public Rights Should Be Made to Mean Something" -- 8. Horizons of Commerce…
Rebecca J. Scott and Jean M. Hébrard. 2012 .

Scott, Rebecca J. (Rebecca Jarvis), 1950-

Around 1785, a woman was taken from her home in Senegambia and sent to Saint-Domingue in the Caribbean. Those who enslaved her there named her Rosalie. Her later efforts to escape slavery were the beginning of a family's quest, across five generations and three continents, for…
Ngai, Mae. 2013 .
This book traces the origins of the ""illegal alien"" in American law and society, explaining why and how illegal migration became the central problem in U.S. immigration policy--a process that profoundly shaped ideas and practices about citizenship, race, and state authority in…
Andrew Paxman. 2017 .

Paxman, Andrew, 1967-

"In the city of Puebla there lived an American who made himself into the richest man in Mexico. Driven by a steely desire to prove himself--first to his wife's family, then to Mexican elites--William O. Jenkins rose from humble origins in Tennessee to build a business empire in a…
Jason De Leon ; with photographs by Michael Wells. 2015 .

De León, Jason, 1977-

"Anthropologist Jason De León sheds light on one of the most pressing political issues of our time--the human consequences of US immigration policy. The Land of Open Graves reveals the suffering and death that take place daily in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona as thousands of…
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Laura E. Matthew. 2012 .

Matthew, Laura E.,

Indigenous allies helped the Spanish gain a foothold in the Americas. What did these Indian conquistadors expect from the partnership, and what were the implications of their involvement in Spain's New World empire? Laura Matthew's study of Ciudad Vieja, Guatemala--the study…
Stephanie E. Smallwood. 2007 .

Smallwood, Stephanie E.

"Smallwood's story gives us a graphic experience of the slave trade from the vantage point of the slaves themselves. Saltwater Slavery details how African people were ultimately transformed into commodities in the Atlantic market. Throughout, Smallwood examines how the people at…
Stephanie E. Smallwood. 2007 .

Smallwood, Stephanie E.

Stephanie Smallwood offers a penetrating look at the process of enslavement from its African origins through the Middle Passage and into the American slave market. Her story in animated by deep research and gives us a startingly graphic experience of the slave trade from the…