Emigration and immigration
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Alphabetical Pamphlet Collection
Scope and Content Pamphlets, leaflets, novenas, liturgical booklets, catechisms, pastoral lettters, papal encyclicals, reprints, and miscellaneous issues of periodicals; concerning the history of Catholicism in the United States, Catholic tradition, doctrine, clergy, religious orders, celibacy, Canon Law, Catholic Action, anti- Catholicism, the Bible, the social teaching of the popes, labor unions, scholasticism, immigration; the Second Vatican Council, birth control, saints, the Irish, Catholic missions and...
Drop File Collection
Scope and Content Pamphlets, catechisms, encyclicals, and pastoral letters concerning the lay apostolate, the Mystical Body of Christ, birth control, the Holy Ghost, heaven, forbidden books, worship, marriage and family life, education, parochial schools, conversion, the constitution, communism, college life, Church and State, Catholic Action, the Bible, atheism, the Blessed Virgin Mary, shrines, migration, immigration, refugees, the military, nuns, peace, the poor, prayer, the life of priests and brothers,...
Scope and Content Pamphlets, periodicals, and printed ephemera collected by the University of Notre Dame Archives; concerning the history of Catholicism in the United States, Catholic tradition, doctrine, clergy, religious orders, celibacy, Canon Law, Catholic Action, the Bible, the social teaching of the popes, labor unions, scholasticism, immigration; the Second Vatican Council, birth control, saints, the Irish, Catholic missions and missionaries, Catholic education, Fascism, communism, socialism, racism,...
Found in: University of Notre Dame Archives / General Collection
Philadelphia Chinese Social Relief Collection
Identifier: MSN/MN 10028
Scope and Contents The materials in this collection document the efforts of a very early social welfare organization in Philadelphia to aid the city’s Chinese citizens. Materials include correspondence of Edward Syle, an Episcopal missionary who worked closely with the Chinese; reports and minutes of meetings of the welfare committee; and a draft of the committee’s constitution.
Dates: 1883 - 1885