African Immigrants in a Diverse United States by Edward Lama Wonkeryor


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Table 1. Bureau of Census Estimated Black Population in Colonial America, 1630-1780 (PDF)


Table 2. African Aliens and Immigrants Arrival by Sea to the U.S., 1820-1860 (PDF)


Table 3. Africans Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status by Selected Country of Origin in Fiscal Years 1820 to 1859 (PDF)


Table 4: Africans Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status by Selected Country of Origin or Last Residence in Fiscal Years 1860 to 1959 (PDF)


Table 5. Africans Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status by Selected Country of Last Residence in Fiscal Years 1960 to 2011 (PDF)


Table 6. Number and Percent of Persons Born in Africa Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status in the U.S. versus All Regions in Fiscal Years 2002 to 2011 (PDF)


Table 7. Country of Birth and Number of Africans Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status in the U.S. in Fiscal Years 2002 to 2011 (PDF)


Table 8. Educational Attainment of African Foreign-Born Population and Total Foreign-born. Population, Age 25 and Over, 2011 (PDF)


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