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Title:The local geographic origins of Russian-Jewish immigrants, circa 1900 PDF Logo
Authors:Perlmann, Joel
Issue Date:2006
Series/Report no.:Working papers // The Levy Economics Institute 465
Abstract:This working paper concerns the local origins of Russian-Jewish immigrants to the United States, circa 1900. New evidence is drawn from a large random sample of Russian-Jewish immigrant arrivals in the United States. It provides information on origins not merely by large regions, or even by the provinces of the Pale of Settlement (where nearly all Russian Jews lived), some 25 in number; rather, most analysis is conducted in terms of some 230 districts that made up the administrative subdivisions of provinces. The sample evidence is coordinated with district-level data from the detailed publications of the 1897 Census of the Russian Empire. Finally, all of this evidence has been entered into digitized maps.
Subjects:Migration
economic history
economics of races
JEL:J15
N30
N33
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Working Papers, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College

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