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Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks
Feys, T.; Hoste, S.; Fischer, L.; Vanfraechem, S. (Ed.) (2007). Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33. International Maritime Economic History Association: Newfoundland. ISBN 978-0-973893-43-4. V, 184 pp.
Part of: Research in Maritime History. International Maritime Economic History Association: St. John's, Nfld.. ISSN 1188-3928, more

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    Marine/Coastal

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  • Feys, T., editor, more
  • Hoste, S., editor, more
  • Fischer, L., editor
  • Vanfraechem, S., editor

Content
  • Hoste, S.; Fischer, L.R. (2007). Migration and maritime networks in the Atlantic economy: an introduction, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 1-7, more
  • Van Lottum, J. (2007). The first waves of internationalization: a comparison of Early Modern North Sea and nineteenth-century transatlantic labour migrations, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 9-25, more
  • Feys, T. (2007). The battle for the migrants: the evolution from port to company competition 1840-1914, in: Feys, T. et al. Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 27-47, more
  • Evans, N.J. (2007). The role of foreign-born agents in the development of mass migrant travel through Britain, 1851-1924, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 49-61, more
  • Manitakis, N. (2007). Transatlantic emigration and maritime transport from Greece to the US, 1890-1912: a major area of European steamship company competition for migrant traffic, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 63-74, more
  • Steidl, A. (2007). The relatives and friends effect: migration networks of transatlantic migrants from the Late Habsburg monarchy, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 75-96, more
  • Balachandran, G. (2007). Crossing the last frontier: transatlantic movements of Asian maritime workers, c. 1900-1945, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 97-111, more
  • Keeling, D. (2007). Costs, risks and migration networks between Europe and the United States, 1900-1914, in: Feys, T. et al. (Ed.) Maritime transport and migration: the connections between maritime and migration networks. Research in Maritime History, 33: pp. 113-173, more

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