This article appeared in the New York Tribune and discussed what a "banner" year it has been for immigration. The article gives statistics on the number of immigrants from various countries, as well as impact and effect of laws at the time.
- How does the article "classify" certain groups of immigrants as compared to others? How is this similar or different to how groups are "classified" today?
- How are the recommendations given at the end of the article similar or different to recommendations that are given today?
"Immigration Report: A Banner Year," New-York Daily Tribune, 16 December 1907. Courtesy of Library of Congress