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The Hamilton Project: “A Dozen Facts About Immigration”


The Hamilton Project: “A Dozen Facts About Immigration” “The United States has been shaped by successive waves of immigration from the arrival of the first colonists through the present day. Immigration has wide-ranging impacts on society and culture, and its economic effects are no less substantial. By changing population levels and population growth, immigration augments both […]

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April 1, 2020


Fighting Sons of Erin: Connecticut’s Irish Regiment in the Civil War​


Fighting Sons of Erin: Connecticut’s Irish Regiment in the Civil War Diana McCain for Your Public Media, “Fighting Sons of Erin: Connecticut’s Irish Regiment in the Civil War.” On battlefields from Virginia to Louisiana, the soldiers of Connecticut’s Ninth Regiment Volunteer Infantry marched into combat against Confederate forces under a regimental flag unlike any other […]

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As Many Ethnic Neighborhood’s Falter, New Britain’s Little Poland Is On The Rise.


As Many Ethnic Neighborhood’s Falter, New Britain’s Little Poland Is On The Rise. Don Stacom. “As Many Ethnic Neighborhood’s Falter, New Britain’s Little Poland Is On The Rise.” The Hartford Courant. August 16, 2015. Open Link

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Connecticut Polish American Archives


Connecticut Polish American Archives “Connecticut Polish American Archives.” Central Connecticut State University, Elihu Burritt Library, 2017. Open Link

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Connecticut Humanities: New Britain


Connecticut Humanities: New Britain Open Link

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Connecticut Humanities: “Witamy to Little Poland! – A Thriving Neighborhood in New Britain.”


Connecticut Humanities: “Witamy to Little Poland! – A Thriving Neighborhood in New Britain.” In the late 19th century, Polish immigrants started arriving in New Britain in large numbers to begin new lives working in the city’s many factories. Consequently, by 1930, one-quarter of the city’s population was of Polish ancestry. The majority settled in and around the Broad Street […]

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Guide to the Waterbury (CT) Area Immigrant Oral History Collection, University of Connecticut Urban and Community Studies Program, 2003-2011.


Guide to the Waterbury (CT) Area Immigrant Oral History Collection, University of Connecticut Urban and Community Studies Program, 2003-2011. “Guide to the Waterbury (CT) Area Immigrant Oral History Collection, University of Connecticut Urban and Community Studies Program, 2003-2011.” UConn University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, 2017. Open Link

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Polish Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922


Polish Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922 “Guide to Digitized Newspaper Content – Polish Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922.” Connecticut Digital Newspaper Project, 2017. Open Link

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Hungarian Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922


Hungarian Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922 “Guide to Digitized Newspaper Content – Hungarian Immigrant Lives in Connecticut, 1909-1922.” Connecticut Digital Newspaper Content, 2017. Open Link

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Finding Aid to the University of Connecticut, Peoples of Connecticut Project Records: 1979.0014


Finding Aid to the University of Connecticut, Peoples of Connecticut Project Records: 1979.0014 Stave, Bruce M. “Finding Aid to the University of Connecticut, Peoples of Connecticut Project Records: 1979.0014.” UConn University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, 2017 Open Link

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