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Call Number: Lass Center for Minnesota Studies (Library 2nd floor) F615.G3 C66
13 book series: People of Minnesota includes books on African Americans, Chinese, Finns, Germans, Hmong, Irish, Jews, Mexicans, Norwegians, Ojibwe, Poles, Somalis, and Swedes. Click link to see call number and other information for all books in series.
Call Number: Lass Center for Minnesota Studies F604 .U63 2001
Publication Date: 2001-05-15
The classic reference of place-name information on the state's cities, towns, townships, lakes, and streams. For this revised edition, the staff of the Minnesota Historical Society combed recent literature and databases to update entries and add new names. The book captures much of the lost lore of familiar places and of towns that have disappeared -- and of the people who made the state what it is today.
American immigration from both historic and contemporary perspectives. It traces the scope and sweep of U.S. immigration from the earliest settlements to the present, providing a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to all aspects of this critically important subject.
Describes the prehistory, history, and culture of the aboriginal peoples who lived in the region of tall-grass prairies and short-grass high plains of North America.
Encyclopedia of American Indian Issues Today by Russell M. Lawson
Call Number: Reference Collection -- E76.2 .E527
Publication Date: 2013
This essential reference examines the history, culture, and modern tribal concerns of American Indians in North America. * Sidebars with additional information, resources, and primary source excerpts * Contributions from top scholars in the field * Bibliographies at the end of each essay for additional research
Entries address people, terms, and concepts that help to define social class in America, exploring how perception of class has changed over the years and how class is addressed in politics and contemporary culture.
Provides as comprehensive an approach as possible to this multifaceted field, utilizing experts from numerous disciplines. These subject areas include anthropology, biology, business, chemistry, communications, criminal justice, demography, economics, education, environmental studies, geography, health, history, languages, political science, psychology, social work, sociology, and women's studies.