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us: Emigration and immigration


  • Here are entered works on migration across national borders in modern times. Works on the movement of population within the borders of a single country are entered under [Migration, Internal.] Works on the spread of population, largely in prehistoric times, are entered under [Human beings--Migrations.] Works on the mass migrations of peoples are entered under [Migrations of nations.]
  • URI(s)

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  • Scheme Membership(s)

  • Collection Membership(s)

  • Variants

    • us: Immigration
    • us: International migration
    • us: Migration, International
  • Broader Terms

    • us: Population geography
  • Related Terms

    • us: Assimilation (Sociology)
    • us: Colonization
  • LC Classification

    • JV6001-JV9480
  • General Notes

    • Here are entered works on migration across national borders in modern times. Works on the movement of population within the borders of a single country are entered under [Migration, Internal.] Works on the spread of population, largely in prehistoric times, are entered under [Human beings--Migrations.] Works on the mass migrations of peoples are entered under [Migrations of nations.]
  • Editorial Notes

    • subdivision [Emigration and immigration] under names of countries, cities, etc. for works on migration across national borders from a particular place, and/or migration across national borders to a particular place
  • Example Notes

    • Notes under [Human beings--Migrations; Migration, Internal; Migrations of nations]
  • Change Notes

    • 2002-03-29: new
    • 2002-05-20: revised
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