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Americanization Studies

SCHOOLING OF THE IMMIGRANT,

Frank V. Thompson, Supt. of Public Schools, Boston AMERICA VIA THE NEIGHBORHOOD.

John Daniels

OLD WORLD TRAITS TRANSPLANTED.

Robert E. Park, Professorial Lecturer, University of Chicago
Herbert A. Miller, Professor of Sociology, Oberlin College

A STAKE IN THE LAND.

Peter A. Speek, in charge, Slavic Section, Library of Congress IMMIGRANT HEALTH AND THE COMMUNITY.

Michael M. Davis, Jr., Director, Boston Dispensary

NEW HOMES FOR OLD.

Sophonisba P. Breckinridge, Professor of Social Economy, University of Chicago

THE IMMIGRANT PRESS AND ITS CONTROL.

Robert E. Park, Professorial Lecturer, University of Chicago ADJUSTING IMMIGRANT AND INDUSTRY. (In preparation)

William M. Leiserson, Chairman, Labor Adjustment Boards,
Rochester and New York

AMERICANS BY CHOICE.

John P. Gavit, Vice-President, New York Evening Post

THE IMMIGRANT'S DAY IN COURT. (In press)

Kate Holladay Claghorn, Instructor in Social Research, New
York School of Social Work

SUMMARY. (In preparation)

Allen T. Burns, Director, Studies in Methods of Americanization

Harper & Brothers Publishers

AMERICANIZATION STUDIES

ALLEN T. BURNS, DIRECTOR

AMERICANS

BY CHOICE

BY

JOHN PALMER GAVIT

HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS

NEW YORK AND LONDON

AMERICANS BY CHOICE

Copyright, 1922

By Harper & Brothers
Printed in the U. S. A.

First Edition

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PUBLISHER'S NOTE

The material in this volume was gathered by the Division of Health Standards and Care of Studies in Methods of Americanization.

Americanization in this study has been considered as the union of native and foreign born in all the most fundamental relationships and activities of our national life. For Americanization is the uniting of new with native-born Americans in fuller common understanding and appreciation to secure by means of self-government the highest welfare of all. Such Americanization should perpetuate no unchangeable political, domestic, and economic regime delivered once for all to the fathers, but a growing and broadening national life, inclusive of the best wherever found. With all our rich heritages, Americanism will develop best through a mutual giving and taking of contributions from both newer and older Americans in the interest of the commonweal. This study has followed such an understanding of Americanization.

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