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HIST 26213: Migrations and the Americas, Conquest to Present

A research guide for students in Casey Lurtz's migrations class (Winter 2013)

Welcome to Migrations and the Americas

This guide brings together major sources of primary and secondary, historical and contemporary material on migrations and the Americas.  Because of the wide range of topics you will be considering in this class, this is very much a representative sample of the potential sources we can help you find.

This guide was co-authored with Sarah Hogan, formerly Bibliographer for Sociology, Political Science, Public Policy and International Relations for a research seminar taught in 2013.


2010 Census Cook County, IL Population Stats

SE:T55. Hispanic Or Latino Origin By Race
 
   
Total population: 5,194,675  
Not Hispanic or Latino: 3,949,913 76.0%
Hispanic or Latino: 1,244,762 24.0%
White alone 598,854 11.5%
Black or African American alone 21,989 0.4%
American Indian and Alaska Native alone 14,877 0.3%
Asian alone 3,803 0.1%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 681 0.0%
Some Other Race alone 544,220 10.5%
Two or More Races 60,338 1.2%

Source: Social Explorer

Subject Guide

Nancy Spiegel
Contact:
Bibliographer for Art and Cinema
Bibliographer for History
Regenstein Library Room 463
773-702-5193