Spanish-american War (Jackdaw)

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I46 2009 : The uncomfortable contemporary realities of immigration, enmeshed as they are in economic, human rights, and national security issues, have once again propelled foreign immigration to the United States toward the top of the list of U. Clearance issued by the District and Port Of San Francisco, Calif., to the ship HOUND, L. The percentage of foreign-born persons who were unable to speak English peaked 31 percent in 1910, by 1920 had decreased to 15 percent, and by 1930 had fallen less than 9 percent.

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Publisher: Jackdaw Pubns; Unbnd edition (January 2002)

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