Emigration and immigration
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Depth Report, College of Journalism and Mass Communications Records
Scope and Contents The reports were written and published by students in creative editing and depth reporting classes in the College of Journalism, supervised by Journalism faculty. The content of the reports cover a wide variety of topics such as activism, buffalo, campus expansion, charity, death, elderly, Farm Aid, football, homecoming, homosexuality, the Oregon Trail, police, registration, welfare, among others. There are also reports on several countries, including Germany, Bolivia, Cuba, and France....
Dates: 1962 - 2014
Karlis Ulmanis, Latvian & Baltic History Collection
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The Ulmanis, Latvian, and Baltic History Collection is divided into four main series: Kārlis Ulmanis, Latvian History, Baltikum, and Photos and Artifacts. The collection consists of primary documents, books, scholarly articles, journals, magazines, newspapers, photos, videos, artifacts and audio and visual materials pertaining to Kārlis Ulmanis and Latvian and Baltic history. The collection is of special interest to the University and Nebraska in that Kārlis Ulmanis is the only UNL alumni to...
Dates: 1908-2006; 1945-1993
Lectures and Sermons, Notebook
Collection — Box 001: [Barcode: R0241170353]
Scope and Contents A bound notebook, created for arithmetic work, includes handwritten lectures and sermons on various topics, authored by an unidentified man possibly living England at the time of writing. The creator traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska, by railroad and spent some time in Saline County. An undated lecture titled "Western Emigration" includes the author's opinion on emigration to the United States and reversing that decision for many English people. He describes Nebraska land conditions,...