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Latin American migrations to the U.S. Heartland : changing social landscapes in Middle America / edited by Linda Allegro and Andrew Grant Wood.

Contributor(s): Allegro, Linda | Wood, Andrew Grant, 1958-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks; The working class in American history.Publisher: Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (342 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0252094921; 9780252094927.Other title: Latin American migrations to the US heartland.Subject(s): Hispanic Americans -- West North Central States -- Social conditions | Latin Americans -- West North Central States -- Social conditions | Immigrants -- West North Central States | Foreign workers -- West North Central States | Social change -- West North Central StatesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 305.868/077 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction: Heartland north, heartland south / Linda Allegro and Andrew Grant Wood -- Part I. Geographies in historical perspective -- Mexicans in the United States : a longer view / Andrew Grant Wood -- Betabeleros and the western Nebraska sugar industry : an early-twentieth-century history / Tisa M. Anders -- Latinos and the churches in Idaho, 1950-2000 / Errol D. Jones -- Part II. Contesting policy and legal boundaries -- Seeing no evil : the H2A guest-worker program and state-mediated labor exploitation in rural North Carolina / Sandy Smith-Nonini -- On removing migrant labor in a right-to-work state : the failure of employer sanctions in Oklahoma / Linda Allegro -- Part III. Transnational identities and new landscapes of home -- Rooted/uprooted : place, policy, and Salvadoran transnational identities in rural Arkansas / Miranda Cady Hallett -- Contesting diversity and community within Postville, Iowa : "Hometown to the world" / Jennifer F. Reynolds and Caitlin Didier -- Part IV. Media and reimagined sites of accommodation and contestation -- Humanizing Latino newcomers in the "No Coast" region / Edmund T. Hamann with Jenelle Reeves -- Immigrant integration and the changing public discourse : the case of Emporia, Kansas / László J. Kulcsár and Albert Iaroi -- Part V. Religion and migrant communities -- "They cling to guns or religion" : Pennsylvania towns put faith in anti-immigrant ordinances / Jane Juffer -- Part VI. Demographics -- Latin American migrations to the U.S. heartland : demographic and economic activity in six heartland states, 2000-2007 / Scott Carter -- Conclusion: Latin American migrations to the U.S. heartland : reshaping communities, redrawing boundaries / Linda Allegro and Andrew Grant Wood.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Heartland north, heartland south / Linda Allegro and Andrew Grant Wood -- Part I. Geographies in historical perspective -- Mexicans in the United States : a longer view / Andrew Grant Wood -- Betabeleros and the western Nebraska sugar industry : an early-twentieth-century history / Tisa M. Anders -- Latinos and the churches in Idaho, 1950-2000 / Errol D. Jones -- Part II. Contesting policy and legal boundaries -- Seeing no evil : the H2A guest-worker program and state-mediated labor exploitation in rural North Carolina / Sandy Smith-Nonini -- On removing migrant labor in a right-to-work state : the failure of employer sanctions in Oklahoma / Linda Allegro -- Part III. Transnational identities and new landscapes of home -- Rooted/uprooted : place, policy, and Salvadoran transnational identities in rural Arkansas / Miranda Cady Hallett -- Contesting diversity and community within Postville, Iowa : "Hometown to the world" / Jennifer F. Reynolds and Caitlin Didier -- Part IV. Media and reimagined sites of accommodation and contestation -- Humanizing Latino newcomers in the "No Coast" region / Edmund T. Hamann with Jenelle Reeves -- Immigrant integration and the changing public discourse : the case of Emporia, Kansas / László J. Kulcsár and Albert Iaroi -- Part V. Religion and migrant communities -- "They cling to guns or religion" : Pennsylvania towns put faith in anti-immigrant ordinances / Jane Juffer -- Part VI. Demographics -- Latin American migrations to the U.S. heartland : demographic and economic activity in six heartland states, 2000-2007 / Scott Carter -- Conclusion: Latin American migrations to the U.S. heartland : reshaping communities, redrawing boundaries / Linda Allegro and Andrew Grant Wood.

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Linda Allegro is an independent scholar engaged in immigrant and worker advocacy in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Andrew Grant Wood is the Stanley Rutland Professor of American History at the University of Tulsa. He is the author of Agustín Lara: A Cultural Biography and Revolution in the Street: Women, Workers and Urban Protest in Veracruz, 1870-1927.

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