Spanish historians on Spanish migration to America during the colonial period
- PROCESOS MIGRATORIOS HISPÃNICOS HACIA Y EN AMÃ‰RICA: DINAMISMO HUMANO Y TRANSPOSICIÃ“N DE MENTALIDADES, EL CUMPLIMIENTO DE UN SUEÃ‘O EN LA CIUDAD DEL "ORDEN" HUMANISTA. SÁNCHEZ, Delfín ORTEGA // Revista de Historia de AmÃ©rica;2007, Issue 138, p57
In this article we analyze the migratory process to and in the colonial America, which, from a perspective more interpretive than quantitative and in relation to the study of the accessions and urban development resultant structures, reflects the accomplishment of the whole transposition of...
- GALICIA. // Cuadernos de PedagogÃa;may2015, Issue 456, p99
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- "Yo tambiÃ©n emigrÃ©". Zubiaur, Paula // Nuestro Tiempo;abr-jun2013, Issue 679, p6
This article presents profiles of several Spanish-born immigrants, including Emilio Arrebola Ortiz, MarÃa PÃ©rez Moro, and Pedro Campo. Each of these immigrants reflects on their immigration experiences, their reasons for moving from Spain, and their lives both before and after the...
- CRISIS, XENOFOBIA Y REPATRIACIÃ“N. LOS INMIGRANTES ESPAÃ‘OLES EN LA CIUDAD DE MÃ‰XICO, 1910-1936. Lázaro, Alicia Gil // Studia Historica. Historia ContemporÃ¡nea;2010, Vol. 28, p239
This article discusses the influence of the economic crisis in Spain beginning in 1910 on the influx of immigrants to Mexico. It examines the development and revision of government policies related to immigration during this time period. The author analyzes the social conditions of Spanish...
- INMIGRANTES INDESEABLES: ESPAÃ‘OLES EXPULSADOS DE RÃO DE JANEIRO, 1907-1930. Bianco, Victor D. Zamorano // Studia Historica. Historia ContemporÃ¡nea;2010, Vol. 28, p275
This article focuses on the expulsion of Spanish immigrants living and working in RÃo de Janeiro, Brazil in the early 20th century. It examines the role of the Lei Gordo, a law that repressed labor movements and targeted foreign workers involved with labor strikes in order to deport them. The...
- Spain's New Challenge. Valls-Russell, Janice // New Leader;Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p9
Describes the proliferation of illegal immigrants in Spain. Background of immigration in Spain; Measures taken by the Spanish government to regulate immigrants in the country; Employment of illegal immigrants by landowners in the country.
- The traffic of emigration via Bremen/Bremerhaven: Merchants' interests, protective legislation... Hoerder, Dirk // Journal of American Ethnic History;Fall93, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p68
Traces the development of the Bremen/Bremerhaven ports of Germany. Germany's major port of emigration; Navigation laws; Act of Confederation of 1815; Congruence of mercantile interest and migrants' welfare; Investment, crises and the continuity of emigration; Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) in Bremen...
- Immigration history and migration studies since The Polish Peasant: International contributions. Hoerder, Dirk // Journal of American Ethnic History;Fall96, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p26
Describes European scholarly initiatives in the immigration history and migration studies since the publication of William I. Thomas and Florian Znaniecki's book `The Polish Peasant in Europe and America.' Research trends; Research of the Labor Migration Project.
- From Geysirs to grub-axe to grain: Icelandic emigration... Hale, Christopher // Canadian Ethnic Studies;1997, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p9
Examines some aspect of the emigration history of Icelanders and traces its development to the founding of the settlement of Markerville in Alberta, Canada. Information on the first Icelanders to immigrate to North America in modern times; Threat of a split in New Iceland; Economic difficulties...