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Guide of the Week: Immigration

Today’s Guide of the Week from the ALA GODORT Handout Exchange comes to us once again from Bert Chapman:

Government Documents on Immigration (Bert Chapman, Purdue University, 1999) Last updated 6/18/2008

As Bert points out in his introduction, “Immigration has been and remains an important and controversial issue in U.S. history and contemporary public policy.” After pointing helpful subject headings with which to search the Purdue library catalog, he turns to highlighting a number of sources including:

There is, as usual, much more. Go check out the rest of the guide. Mark it and the Handout Exchange in del.icio.us, Facebook or whatever you use to share with your online friends. If you’re a docs librarian with a handout or resource guide to share, then please add it to the wiki. Let’s show people what librarians are made of.

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