ISBN: 978-1-4370-7285-3
Внешнее покрытие издания: в обл.
Тираж издания: доп. 30
Фамилия автора в заголовке: Emmett
Инициалы автора (личного имени (имен)): J.S.
Основное заглавие: Negro Migration During The War
Место издания: Москва
Издатель: Nobel Press
Дата издания: 2010
Объем издания (количество страниц): 198
Высота, см.: 21
Индекс УДК: 93
Статус записи (Тип информации): В наличии
Ширина, см: 14.8
Толщина, см: 1
Вес в граммах: 288
Индекс ББК: 63.3
Возрастная категория: 12+
Артикул: 2636115

The Great Migration was the movement of 1.75 million African Americans out of the Southern United States to the Midwest, Northeast and West from 1910 to 1930.[1] Estimates of the number of migrants vary according to the time frame used. African Americans migrated to escape racism and seek employment opportunities in industrial cities. Some historians differentiate between the First Great Migration (1910–40), numbering about 1.6 million migrants, and the Second Great Migration, from 1940 to 1970. In the Second Migration, 5 million or more people relocated, with the migrants moving to more new destinations. Many moved from Texas and Louisiana to California where there were jobs in the defense industry. From 1965–70, 14 states of the South, especially Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi, contributed to a large net migration of blacks to the other three Census-designated regions of the United States.

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