Armenians of the United States and Canada a brief study. Boston, Armenian Youth Federation [1947.] by James H. Tashjian

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Published by R. and E. Research Associates] in [San Francisco .

Written in English

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  • Armenians -- United States,
  • Armenians -- Canada

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LC ClassificationsE184 A7 T3 1970
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Pagination62p.
Number of Pages62
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18561568M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tashjian, James H. Armenians of the United States and Canada. [San Francisco, R.E. Research Associates, ].

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tashjian, James H. Armenians of the United States and Canada. Boston, Mass., Armenian youth federation, Armenians estimate their own number to be betweenandin the United States plusin Canada. These estimates include all those with at least one Armenian grandparent, whether or not they identify with Armenians.

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This work presents a short ethnographic sketch of the Armenians in the United States, with only a brief reference to the Armenians of Canada. The document is divided into two parts. Part I deals exclusively with the immigration of Armenians to the United States from the early seventeenth to the midtwentieth centuries.

Part II provides some limited data on occupations, prominent Armenian. He has gathered many statistics respecting his own race in the United States. He shows that, according to the census ofthere were then foreign-born Armenians in the United States, 37,; native white persons, both parents Armenian, 14,; native white persons, one parent Armenian and the other not, 1, making a total of 52,   Armenians -- United States -- Biography.

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