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  • Photograph of the pioneer monument, with a large structure in the background, in Salt Lake City, Utah, [s.d.]. The statue of a man holding a cane in one hand and reaching out towards the right of the foreground with the other stands atop a tall statue-base, which is embellished with a plaque and a two-dimensional design of several other men. At the base of the monument, two stoic figures sit, each staring off into the opposite sides of the area, and the entire structure is surrounded by a circular fence. At left, a man walks below several bare trees, while a large structure with several pointed towers appears in the background.

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  • Photograph of the statue of Andrew Jackson in New Orleans, Louisiana, [s.d.]. Above the center, a large statue is positioned on a large block of concrete; the statue shows a man, wearing a uniform while holding up a hat in one hand, sitting on the back of a horse that is standing on its two hind legs. In the foreground, a sidewalk and a metal fence run together along the site; small bushes can be seen surrounding the statue. Streetlights can also be seen around the site. Buildings are observable in the background.

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  • Photograph of a statue of a man, in Washington, [s.d.]. Atop a tall pillar, the statue of a man beside what appears to be a small globe can be seen, while the paved road runs around him on both directions. Saplings line the road, and beyond them, two large fields sit, while houses can be seen in the far distance, at right, beyond the trees.

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  • Photograph of an exterior view of the courthouse in Prescott, Arizona, 1890-1920. The two-story brick building is in the background at left. It has a covered porch and a second-story balcony, as well as a massive clock tower on the roof. Four arched windows can be seen on the second story, and three people are standing on the front steps. A large statue of a mounted cowboy on a boulder is at right and is surrounded by several trees and a cement sidewalk. A man in a bowler hat can be seen at left.

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    Authors: Nina Michalikova;

    This chapter opens with a brief chronology of immigration from Eastern Europe to the United States. Several major waves of immigrants who arrived after the late 1880s are discussed. The overview includes the discussion of characteristics of early immigrants, such as their numbers, settlement patterns, demographic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and cultural values. The major focus of the chapter is on contemporary immigrants from Eastern Europe who arrived to the United States after the fall of the former Soviet Union. Using the data from the US Department of Homeland Security, the chapter discusses the age structure, marital status, settlement patterns, and class of admission of this understudied immigrant population.

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    https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-...
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  • Authors: Alan J. Richardson;

    The paper explores the use of educational policy by accountants to secure privileges from the stale and to structure relations among competing groups within (he profession. The case study traces the evolution of educational policy from its early use as a rhetorical device to secure incorporation for accounting associations, through its rapid development during the period of intraprofessional competition, lo its current role in reproducing the status hierarchy within the profession.

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  • Authors: Robert Llewellyn Tyler;

    Through a consideration of residential propinquity, religious and cultural activity, language retention, and levels of exogamy, this article provides a microstudy of the Welsh community in San Francisco and identifies the Welsh as a distinct ethnolinguistic community in the city during the late decades of the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth. What was the nature of Welsh immigrant culture, and to what extent were working-class Welsh people involved in its expression? In addition, through an analysis of intragenerational changes in socioeconomic status, as indicated by occupational mobility, the article tests the assumption that the Welsh were prime illustrations of the “American Dream,” thus providing a clearer picture than the images promulgated by contemporary Welsh leaders who strove to emphasize the industry and upward mobility of their fellow countrymen. Did the Welsh as a group occupy a privileged position in the occupational hierarchy, and were they universally successful in improving on this position?

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  • Photograph of the pioneer monument, with a large structure in the background, in Salt Lake City, Utah, [s.d.]. The statue of a man holding a cane in one hand and reaching out towards the right of the foreground with the other stands atop a tall statue-base, which is embellished with a plaque and a two-dimensional design of several other men. At the base of the monument, two stoic figures sit, each staring off into the opposite sides of the area, and the entire structure is surrounded by a circular fence. At left, a man walks below several bare trees, while a large structure with several pointed towers appears in the background.

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  • Photograph of an exterior view of the courthouse in Prescott, Arizona, 1890-1920. The two-story brick building is in the background at left. It has a covered porch and a second-story balcony, as well as a massive clock tower on the roof. Four arched windows can be seen on the second story, and three people are standing on the front steps. A large statue of a mounted cowboy on a boulder is at right and is surrounded by several trees and a cement sidewalk. A man in a bowler hat can be seen at left.

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    Authors: Nina Michalikova;

    This chapter opens with a brief chronology of immigration from Eastern Europe to the United States. Several major waves of immigrants who arrived after the late 1880s are discussed. The overview includes the discussion of characteristics of early immigrants, such as their numbers, settlement patterns, demographic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and cultural values. The major focus of the chapter is on contemporary immigrants from Eastern Europe who arrived to the United States after the fall of the former Soviet Union. Using the data from the US Department of Homeland Security, the chapter discusses the age structure, marital status, settlement patterns, and class of admission of this understudied immigrant population.

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  • Authors: Alan J. Richardson;

    The paper explores the use of educational policy by accountants to secure privileges from the stale and to structure relations among competing groups within (he profession. The case study traces the evolution of educational policy from its early use as a rhetorical device to secure incorporation for accounting associations, through its rapid development during the period of intraprofessional competition, lo its current role in reproducing the status hierarchy within the profession.

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