VII. Immigration and Ethnicity in Baltimore: A Selected Bibliography
Dean Krimmel (410-467-2128), Fall 1998
Blum, Isidor. The Jews of Baltimore: An Historical Summary of Their Progress and Status as Citizens of Baltimore from Early Days to the Year Nineteen Hundred and Ten. Baltimore and Washington, DC: Historical Review Publishing Co., 1910.
Caraveli, Anna. Scattered in Foreign Lands: A Greek Village in Baltimore. Baltimore: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1985.
Carrick, Diane. “Residential Persistance of Baltimore’s Italians,” 1880-1920. M.A., University of Maryland, 1977.
Chin, Leslie. History of Chinese-Americans in Baltimore. Baltimore: Greater Baltimore Chinese-American Bicentennial Committee, c. 1976.
Cholochwost, Thomas. “Baltimore’s Polish Pioneers.” Maryland Magazine of Genealogy 5 (1982): 3-7.
——————-. “The Emergence of Baltimore’s Polonia.” Polish Heritage 35 (1984): 12.
Cunz, Dieter. The Maryland Germans, A History. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1948. [Classic study 1640-1940 with much on Baltimore.]
Echterkamp, Jörg. “Emerging Ethnicity: The German Experience in Antebellum Baltimore.” Maryland Historical Magazine 86 (Spring 1991): 1-22.
Esslinger, Dean R. “Baltimore: Symbolic Sentinel.” Freedom’s Doors: Immigrants and Ports of Entry to the United States. Gail Stern, ed. Philadelphia: The Balch Institute Press, 1986. (pp. 35-46).
—————-. “Immigration through the Port of Baltimore” in Mark Stolarik, editor,Forgotten Doors: The Other Ports of Entry into theUnited States. Philadelphia: The Balch Institute Press, 1988. (pp. 61-78).
Fein, Isaac M. The Making of an American Jewish Community: The History of Baltimore Jewry from 1773 to 1920.Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1970.
Hirschman, Joseph. “Housing Patterns of Baltimore Jews.” Generations 2 (December 1981): 30-43.
Hisley, Ann Marie. “An Historical Analysis of the Development of Baltimore Dialect.” M.A., University of Maryland, 1964.” [Emphasizes English, Scotch-Irish and German influence. Dale has photocopy – not very useful 5/90.]
Hobbs, Donald Austin. “The Impact of Immigrant Groups on the Public School System of Baltimore.” M.A., University of Maryland, 1960.
Kornbluh, Andrea T. “From Culture to Cuisine: Twentieth-Century Views on Race and Ethnicity in the City,” in Howard Gillette Jr and Zane Miller American Urbanism A Historigraphical Review. Greenwich, CN: Greenwood Press, 1987. (pp.49-72) [EPFL: HT 123.A6665 1987]
Prevas, Nicholas M. History of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Annunciation, Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore: John D. Lucas, 1982.
Steinberg, Stephen. The Ethnic Myth: Race, Ethnicity and Class in America. Boston: Beacon Press, 1982. [1989 edition at MSU, TSU, JHU: E 184.A1 S794 1989]
Williams, Harold A. History of the Hibernian Society of Baltimore, 1803-1957. Baltimore: Hibernian Society of Baltimore, 1957.
Wust, Klaus G. Zion in Baltimore, 1755-1955. Baltimore: Zion Church of the City of Baltimore, 1955.