A Nation of Immigrants--A World of Controversy

April 2000
Writing;Apr/May2000 Teacher's Edition, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p2
Presents a teacher's guide to teachers on the teaching of the history of immigration in the United States. Asking of students on their knowledge about immigration; Analysis of Emma Lazarus' poem at the Statue of Liberty; Absence of immigration laws in the US in the 1800s.


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