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First published in 1983, this book remains the only full-length study documenting the historical development of the Puerto Rican community in the United States. Expanded to bring it up to the present, Virginia Sánchez Korrol's work traces the growth of the early Puerto Rican settlements—"colonias"—into the unique, vibrant, and well-defined community of today.
|2||Background of the Puerto Rican Migration to New York City||11|
|3||Settlement Patterns and Community Development||51|
|4||The Other Side of the Ocean||85|
|5||Organizational Activities Among Puerto Ricans in New York City Settlements||131|
|6||Politics, Issues, and Participation in Puerto Rican Colonias||167|
|7||From the Great Migration to the Present||211|
|Appendix I. Organizations in Operation in Puerto Rican Communities, 1900-1950||243|
|Appendix II. Political Organization Chart, 1900-1930||249|
|Appendix III. Officers and Voting Members of the Porto Rican Brotherhood of America, 1923, 1925, 1927||252|
|Additions to the Bibliography, 1994||262|
Posted October 27, 2009
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