LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TRANSMITTING TO THE HOUSE A SPECIAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS ON IMMIGRATION

By: Congress

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"In a country like ours, possessing rich and undeveloped resources, the advent of intelligent labor has, in general, been cordially welcomed. The value of this addition to our material wealth has never been more appreciated than during the last two decades." Special Report on Immigration as submitted by Edward Young, Chief of Bureau and Information for Immigrants, relative to the prices and rentals of land, the staple products, facilities of access to market, cost of farm stock, kind of labor in demand in the western and southern states, etc. etc. for the year 1869-1870. Report on Immigration pp. I-XXVII. Information for Immigrants pp. 1-231. Included are tables showing the average weekly wages paid in the several states. Important social document regarding immigration in American history in the late 19th Century. Disbound. Original string-tie present, but does not keep sections bound together. Several sections are separated, but still able to be read easily. Page edges are browning, but text still legible. Some very small spots (ink? mold?) on first page, and smudge on bottom of second page. Overall document is Very Good.

Title: LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY TRANSMITTING TO THE HOUSE A SPECIAL REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS ON IMMIGRATION

Author Name: Congress

Illustrator: Graphs, Charts

Categories: U.S. Government Document, Immigrants,

Publisher: Washington, Government Printing Office: 1871

Binding: Paperbound

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Government Document

Size: Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9"

Seller ID: 005166

Keywords: Immigration, Statistics