PHILADELPHIA IMMIGRATION BIBLIOGRAPHY
Introductions & Overview
- Thomas Ginsberg, "Philadelphia's Immgrants," Philadelphia Research Initiative (Pew Charitable Trusts, June 2018).
- “Philadelphia’s Immigrants: Who they are and how they are changing the city.” Pew Trusts, June 7, 2018.
- Larry Eichel & Thomas Ginsberg, “How Philadelphia’s Immigrant Population Compares With Other Major U.S. Cities,” Pew Trusts, July 8, 2018.
- Downey, Dennis. “The Peopling of Pennsylvania: The Creation of a Multicultural Society,” ExplorePAHistory.com.
- Clark, Dennis. The Irish in Philadelphia: Ten Generations of Urban Experience. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1973.
- Davis, Allen F. and Mark H. Haller, eds. The Peoples of Philadelphia: A History of Ethnic Groups and Lower-Class Life, 1790-1940. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1973.
- Golab, Caroline. Immigrant Destinations. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1977.
- Goode, Judith, and Jo Anne Schneider. Reshaping Ethnic and Racial Relations in Philadelphia: Immigrants in a Divided City. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1994.
- Juliani, Richard N. The Social Organization of Immigration: The Italians in Philadelphia. New York: Arno Press, 1980.
- Kazal, Russell A. Becoming Old Stock: The Paradox of German-American Identity. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2004.
- Lee, Jae-Hyp, Dynamics of Ethnic Identity: Three Asian Communities in Philadelphia. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1998.
- Licht, Getting Work: Philadelphia, 1840-1950. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000.
- Luconi, Stefano. From Paesani to White Ethnics: The Italian Experience in Philadelphia. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001.
- Miller, Fredric, Morris Vogel, and Allen Davis, Still Philadelphia: A Photographic History, 1890-1940. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1983.
- Peltz, Rakhmiel. From Immigrant to Ethnic Culture: American Yiddish in South Philadelphia. Stanford, CA.: Stanford University Press, 1998.
- Scranton, Philip, and Walter Licht. Work Sights: Philadelphia, 1890-1950. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1986.
- Simon, Roger. Philadelphia: A Brief History. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2017.
- Singer, Audrey, Domenic Vitiello, Michael Katz, and David Park, Recent Immigration to Philadelphia: Regional Change in a Re-Emerging Gateway. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institute, 2008.
- Takenaka, Ayumi, and Mary Johnson Osirim, eds., Global Philadelphia: Immigrant Communities Old and New. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2010.
- Weigley, Russell, ed. Philadelphia: A 300--Year History. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1982.
- Whalen, Carmen, From Puerto Rico to Philadelphia: Puerto Rican Workers and Postwar Economies. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2001.
Articles and Chapters
- Baldwin, Fred D. "Smedley D. Butler and Prohibition Enforcement in Philadelphia, 1924-1925." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 84:3 (July 1960): 352-368.
- Haller, Mark. "Philadelphia Bootlegging and the Report Of the Special Grand Jury." The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 109:2 (April 1985): 215-234.
- Hardy III, Charles. “A People’s History of Industrial Philadelphia: Reflections on Community Oral History and the Uses of the Past,” Oral History Review 33:1 (Winter/Spring 2006): 1-32.
- Hardy III, Charles, and Roman Cybriwsky. "The Stetson Hat Company: Benevolent Feudalism in Industrial Philadelphia." Pennsylvania Heritage, (Spring 1981).
- Katz, Matt. "Leaving New York to Find the American Dream in Philadelphia," in Forgotten Doors: The Other Ports of Entry to the United States, ed. M. Mark Stolarik. Philadelphia: Balch Institute Press, 1988.
- Miller, Fredric M. “Immigration through the Port of Philadelphia,” in Forgotten Doors: The Other Ports of Entry to the United States, ed. M. Mark Stolarik. Philadelphia: Balch Institute Press, 1988.
- Miller, Fredric M. “Philadelphia: Immigrant City,” Balch Online Resources, Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
- Takenaka, Ayumi and Mary Johnson Osirim, “Philadelphia’s Immigrant Communities in Historical Perspective,” in Global Philadelphia, ed. Mary Johnson Osirim and Ayumi Takenaka. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2010.
- Vasquez, Victor. “Tobacco, Trains, and Textiles: Philadelphia’s Early Spanish-Speaking Enclaves, 1920-1936.” Pennsylvania Legacies (November 2003).
- Wilson, Kathryn E. “From Bachelor Enclave to Urban Village: The Evolution of Early Chinatown.” Pennsylvania Legacies (May 2012).
Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, including:
- Barbara Klaczynska, “Immigration (1870-1930)”
- Daniel Amsterdam and Domenic Vitiello, “Immigration (1930-Present)”
- Kathryn Wilson, “Chinatown”
- Alexander Kitroeff, “Greeks and Greece (Modern)”
- Judith Goode, “Koreans and Korea”
- Domenic Vitiello, Hilary Parsons Dick, Danielle DiVerde, and Veronica Willig, “Mexicans and Mexico”
- Mary Johnson Osirim, “Nigerians and Nigeria”
- Alyssa Ribeiro, “Puerto Rican Migration”
- A. Reuscher, “Slovaks and Slovakia”
- Fariha Khan, “South Asians”
- James Kopaczewski, “Nativism”
- Washington Ave Steaming Landing and Immigration Station
- College Settlement House
- Fabric Row
- North Marshall Street
- Social Reform through Social Service: The Settlement Movement in South Philadelphia
- Stetson’s Hat Company Site
- Dinwiddie, Emily. Housing Conditions in Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Octavia Hill Association, 1904. 42pp.
- Ervin, Spencer, The Magistrates Courts of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Thomas Skelton Harrison Foundation, 1931.
- Parrish, Helen L. “One Million People in Small Houses-Philadelphia.” New York City: National Housing Association Publications, 1911.
- Salter, John T. Boss Rule: Portraits in City Politics. New York: Whittlesey House, 1935.
- Vare, William S. My Forty Years in Politics. Philadelphia: Roland Swain Co., 1933.