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A Portrait of New England’s Immigrants


A Portrait of New England’s Immigrants Antoniya Owens, “A Portrait of New England’s Immigrants,” New England Public Policy Center Research Report, November 2008. “New England is home to 1.6 million immigrants. Their number is growing far faster than that of the native population. They are more likely than natives to be of working age. Moreover, they […]

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November 13, 2020


University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy research on New Hampshire immigration.


University of New Hampshire Carsey School of Public Policy research on New Hampshire immigration. Open Link

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New Hampshire Historical Society, “The Irish in New Hampshire.”


New Hampshire Historical Society, “The Irish in New Hampshire.” Overview and timeline of Irish immigration into the state.  Open Link

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Immigration to Manchester, New Hampshire: History, Trends, and Implications


Immigration to Manchester, New Hampshire: History, Trends, and Implications Sally Ward, Justin Young, and Curt Grimm, “Immigration to Manchester, New Hampshire: History, Trends, and Implications,” Carsey School of Public Policy, May 2014. “The origins of recent immigrants to Manchester are very different from the origins of those who labored in Amoskeag Mills. Only 30 percent of […]

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Immigration to Manchester, New Hampshire


Immigration to Manchester, New Hampshire Sally Ward, “Immigration to Manchester, New Hampshire,” Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Spring 2015. “Immigration, historically important for Manchester’s economy, today means a younger, more diverse population, with the attendant opportunities and challenges.”  Open Link

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Profile of New Hampshire’s Foreign-born Population


Profile of New Hampshire’s Foreign-born Population Ross Gitell and Timothy Lord, “Profile of New Hampshire’s Foreign-born Population,” Carsey Institute, Spring 2008. “At the turn of the 20th century, new Hampshire had over 88,000 foreign-born persons, over 15,000 more than it has today. In 1900, the state’s concentration of foreign-born (21 percent) was higher than the national […]

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Jewish Virtual Library, “Virtual Jewish World: New Hampshire.”


Jewish Virtual Library, “Virtual Jewish World: New Hampshire.” From the site: “In 1880, a J. Wolf was the first recorded permanent Jewish resident. Ten years later the first congregation in the State, Adath Yeshurun, was organized. A second Manchester synagogue, Anshei Sfard (now Temple Israel) followed in 1897… The early Jewish settlers, particularly from the […]

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Center for Civic Reflection, “Fences & Neighbors: New Hampshire’s Immigration Stories.”


Center for Civic Reflection, “Fences & Neighbors: New Hampshire’s Immigration Stories.” The three-year statewide project, which ran from the fall of 2009 through the spring of 2012, examined immigration to New Hampshire through a wide variety of formats, including oral histories, literacy programs, a documentary film, an original play, and civic reflection dialogue programs.  Open […]

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Franco-American Life & Culture in Manchester, New Hampshire: Vivre la Différence


Franco-American Life & Culture in Manchester, New Hampshire: Vivre la Différence Robert B. Perreault, Franco-American Life & Culture in Manchester, New Hampshire: Vivre la Différence, History Press, 2010. “A strong sense of unity and tradition frames a fascinating history of Manchester, New Hampshire’s Franco-American community. Author Robert B. Perreault presents this story through compelling vignettes, including […]

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New Hampshire Historical Society, “300 Years Ago: The Scots-Irish in Provincial New Hampshire.”


New Hampshire Historical Society, “300 Years Ago: The Scots-Irish in Provincial New Hampshire.” “2019 marks the 300th anniversary of the Scots-Irish migration to New Hampshire. The Scots-Irish would become the largest group of non-English immigrants to the colony. At the time, they were seen as fundamentally different from the English—a different religion, a different history, […]

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