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Title: Immigration of the European population to the United States in the nineteenth century
Other Titles: Imigracja ludności europejskiej do Stanów Zjednoczonych w XIX wieku
Authors: Hadrysiak, Sylwia
Keywords: MIH
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Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Społeczna Wyższa Szkoła Przedsiębiorczości i Zarządzania
Abstract: Migration - permanent or temporary change of residence. Movement of population is a natural phenomenon and occurred in all historical periods. Increasing migration occurred in the nineteenth and early twentieth century and was primarily due to poor material situation at home (economic migration), or the political situation at home (political migration). The forms of migration can be divided into emigration - departure, immigration - arrival, refugee/exile - escape, evacuation - organized by the state in order to avoid the expected risk, repatriation - the return of citizens from a foreign territory, organized by their country, resettlement-resettlement of nationals within its borders , deportation - the forced resettlement of a person or a group of people on the periphery of the country or outside its borders.
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