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A study of the Syrian population of Greater New York

Miller, Lucius Hopkins

A study of the Syrian population of Greater New York

by Miller, Lucius Hopkins

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Published in [New York? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Syrian Americans -- New York (State) -- New York.

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    Cover-title.

    Statementby Lucius Hopkins Miller.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF128.9.S9 M6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p.
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22919548M
    LC Control Number04022376

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In the wake of the law, Lucius Hopkins Miller undertook a survey of the neighborhood inpublished as A Study of the Syrian Population of Greater New York.

He Author: James Nevius. Syrian Americans are Americans of Syrian descent or background. Syrian Americans may be members of a number of differing ethnicities, including Arabs, Armenians, Arameans, Assyrians, Syrian Jews, Kurds, Syrian Turkmens and first significant wave of Syrian immigrants to arrive in the United States began in the s.

Many of the earliest Syrian Americans settled in New York City. The largest Syrian Jewish community is located in Brooklyn, New York and is estimated at 75, strong.

There are smaller communities elsewhere in the United States and in Latin America. Inthere had been about Jews still living within Syria, mostly in : 7, Jacobs, Linda K. Strangers in the West: The Syrian Colony of New York City, New York: Kalimah Press, Khater, Akram Fouad.

Inventing Home: Gender and the Middle Class in Lebanon, Berkeley: University of California Press, Miller, Lucius Hopkins. A Study of the Syrian Population of Greater New York. New York: n.p. Michael Provence, "The Great Syrian Revolt and the Rise of Arab Nationalism", University of Texas Press, Further reading.

Pipes, Daniel (). Greater Syria: the History of an Ambition. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN pbk.; illustrated with b&w photos and maps; alternative ISBN on back cover: New York City Crew Lists. - New York, New York, Index to Alien Crewmen Who Were Discharged or Who Deserted, at FamilySearch — index; Published Lists.

Published passenger lists include: Glazier, Ira A., and Michael H. Tepper, editors. The Famine Immigrants: Lists of Irish Immigrants Arriving at the Port of New York, –   This book was produced as a product of a conference held in the State University of New York in Binghamton sponsored by the Southwest Asian and North African Studies Department.

In specific, this work addresses the history of ethnicity, clientship. A quick survey of the Syrian Business Directory of New York City and Brooklyn, shows that there were 67 businesses in New York City alone listed as being directly involved in the production and sale of “Oriental goods,” such as “Laces, Embroideries, Needle Work, and White Goods, Etc.”, and another 11 businesses manufactured.

Recent trends. Recent Jewish population dynamics are characterized by continued steady increase in the Israeli Jewish population and flat or declining numbers in other countries (the diaspora).The Jewish population of Israel increased from the country's inception in to 6, in while the population of the diaspora has dropped from to million over the same period.

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Background: High rates of prevalence of mental distress among the Syrian refugee population have been repeatedly confirmed. However, little is known about the influence of length of stay, living conditions, and residence permission in the host country or about the duration of the escape journey and travel conditions on mental health in this refugee by: Conflicts and generally uncomfortable living circumstances pushed large segments of Syrian population to move to other countries in the region and beyond (Yazgan et al.

; Sirkeci, a). This. To cite this article: Serdar Kaya & Phil Orchard () Prospects of Return: The Case of Syrian Refugees in Germany, Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, DOI: / shopkeepers, and farmers.

There is Lucius Hopkins Miller's Our Syrian Popula-tion: A Study of the Syrian Community of Greater New York (). Henry Jessup's Fifty-Three Years in Syria () gives some close-up glimpses of Druze-Christian tensions that led to the massacres ofwhich reverberated in the minds of. A ‘staggering’ 61% of Jewish kids in New York City area are Orthodox, new study finds Reform and Conservatives in decline; more than a million.

It is difficult to separate specifically Syrian foods from those made popular by the Greater Syrian population. This resulted in the far-flung communities of Syrian Americans, from Utica, New York to Fort Wayne, Indiana, to Grand Rapids, Michigan and beyond.

The Syrian Lebanese in America: A Study in Religion and Assimilation. Boston. Syria has a population of approximately 19 million people, and Syrian Government figures place the population growth rate at %, with 75% of the population under the age of 35 and more than 40% under the age of The scholar whose work serves as a starting point for almost any study on Arabs is Philip K.

Hjtti, a longtime professor at Princeton University. His Syrians in America (New York, ) is the first scholarly treatment of this subject, covering both historical and sociological perspectives.

Other works are listed in the bibliography below. Peter van Agtmael/Magnum, for The New York Times Feature Of the million people who have fled the Syrian war, only 2, have been taken in by the United States.