Open and Shut -- Immigration to the U.S
Tags: ACTIVITY programs in education; EMIGRATION & immigration law -- United States; HIGH school students -- United States; SCHOOL librarians; NEW Colossus, The (Poem); LAZARUS, Emma, 1849-1887; LAW -- United States
- A Nation of Immigrants--A World of Controversy. // 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.
- Invitation to the World. // Read;10/8/2004, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p32
The article presents the poem "The New Colossus," by Emma Lazarus. First line: Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame; Last line: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.
- The New Colossus. Lazarus, Emma // Library Sparks;Aug/Sep2011, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p23
The poem "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus is presented. First Line: Not like the brazen giant of; Last Line: the golden door!
- The New Colossus. Lazarus, Emma // Jewish American Poetry;2000, p2
The poem "The New Colossus," by Emma Lazarus is presented. First Line: Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, Last Line: I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
- Welcoming the Huddled Masses. Lazarus, Emma // Hutchinson Literary Extracts;2007, p1
The article presents the sonnet "The New Colossus," by Emma Lazarus. First Line: Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame; Last Line: I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
- The Huddled Masses. Heinrichs, Ann // Statue of Liberty (0-7565-0100-8);2001, p13
Emma Lazarus stood crying amid the mud of Ward's Island, in New York State. It was 1885. This island overflowing with Jewish refugees who had left Russia to escape harsh treatment. Lazarus' ancestors, too, had been Russian Jews. They had sailed to New York in the 1600s. Lazarus was well...
- THE STATUE OF LIBERTY. // World Almanac for Kids;2004, p182
The article offers information about the Statue of Liberty in New York. When most immigrants arrived in New York by ship they were greeted by the Statue of Liberty in the Harbor. In 1903, a poem by Emma Lazarus, "The New Colossus," was inscribed at the base of the statue.
- Emma Lazarus and the Golem of Liberty. Cavitch, Max // American Literary History;Spring2006, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p1
The article presents the sonnet "The New Colossus" written by Emma Lazarus which is inscribed in the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty and seeks to uncover and interpret the relation at a time when the national commitment to an ideology of individual liberty is perceived to be vulnerable to...
- "The New Colossus" by Emma Lazarus. Sickels, Carter // New Colossus;6/ 1/2011, p1
This article presents an explication of Emma Lazarus' poem "The New Colossus." The sonnet is inscribed on the base of the Statue of Liberty, and its famous lines "Give me your tired, your poor, / Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free" inform a part of America's cultural identity. The...