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The Resource Family names : how our surnames came to America, J.N. Hook

Family names : how our surnames came to America, J.N. Hook

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Family names : how our surnames came to America
Title
Family names
Title remainder
how our surnames came to America
Statement of responsibility
J.N. Hook
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1913-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hook, J. N.
Dewey number
929.4/2/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
CS2487
LC item number
.H66 1982
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Names, Personal
  • Ethnology
  • Noms de personnes
  • Etnnologie
  • Ethnology
  • Names, Personal
  • United States
Label
Family names : how our surnames came to America, J.N. Hook
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-365) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The English : The Jamestown Colony
  • The English : Mayflower
  • The English : Hingham and some other colonies
  • The English : Common names and amusing names in the Census of 1790
  • The English : Later arrivals
  • The Welsh : How green is the other valley?
  • Ulster Scots and other Scots : From the lowlands and the highlands
  • The Irish : ... then came the Careys and the Muldoons
  • The Germans : Germantown, U.S.A.
  • The Dutch and the Belgians : we could have used more of their ideals
  • PART I :
  • The Swiss : from Alpine valleys
  • The Scandinavians : Hans Olsa and Beret
  • The Finns : from above the sixtieth parallel
  • PART III :
  • Southern and Eastern Europeans
  • Speakers of Spanish : Spaniards, Cubans, Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and Filipinos
  • The Portugese : They too found unknown lands
  • The French : they might have ruled America
  • The Italians : Amerigo lo Bello
  • The Romanians : Romanian rhapsodies
  • The World in miniature
  • The Western Slavs : Poles, Czechs, and Slovaks
  • The Eastern and Southern Slavs : Russians, Yugoslavians, a nd Bulgarians
  • The Lithuanians and the Latvians : from persecution and from famine
  • The Hungarians : the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty
  • The Greeks : Mamma Pappas and Spiro T. Anagnostopoulos
  • PART IV :
  • From the rest of the world
  • The Jews : toward the promised land
  • The Arabs and the turks : the man with the red fez
  • The Armenians : my name is Aram Garoghlanian
  • In love with a million names
  • The Africans : they chose their own names
  • The Chinese and the Indochinese : "On to Kum Shan!"
  • The Japanese and the Koreans : meetings of East and West
  • PART V :
  • Changing names in America
  • Names don't stay the same
  • PART VI :
  • E Pluribus Unum
  • Melting pot, salad bowl, or compartments?
  • From a world without Surnames
  • The Beginnings of our rivers of names
  • The Flood
  • PART II :
  • The British and the northern Europeans
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
388 pages
Isbn
9780025521001
Lccn
81018646
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • ocm07945851
  • (OCoLC)7945851
Label
Family names : how our surnames came to America, J.N. Hook
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 363-365) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The English : The Jamestown Colony
  • The English : Mayflower
  • The English : Hingham and some other colonies
  • The English : Common names and amusing names in the Census of 1790
  • The English : Later arrivals
  • The Welsh : How green is the other valley?
  • Ulster Scots and other Scots : From the lowlands and the highlands
  • The Irish : ... then came the Careys and the Muldoons
  • The Germans : Germantown, U.S.A.
  • The Dutch and the Belgians : we could have used more of their ideals
  • PART I :
  • The Swiss : from Alpine valleys
  • The Scandinavians : Hans Olsa and Beret
  • The Finns : from above the sixtieth parallel
  • PART III :
  • Southern and Eastern Europeans
  • Speakers of Spanish : Spaniards, Cubans, Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, and Filipinos
  • The Portugese : They too found unknown lands
  • The French : they might have ruled America
  • The Italians : Amerigo lo Bello
  • The Romanians : Romanian rhapsodies
  • The World in miniature
  • The Western Slavs : Poles, Czechs, and Slovaks
  • The Eastern and Southern Slavs : Russians, Yugoslavians, a nd Bulgarians
  • The Lithuanians and the Latvians : from persecution and from famine
  • The Hungarians : the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty
  • The Greeks : Mamma Pappas and Spiro T. Anagnostopoulos
  • PART IV :
  • From the rest of the world
  • The Jews : toward the promised land
  • The Arabs and the turks : the man with the red fez
  • The Armenians : my name is Aram Garoghlanian
  • In love with a million names
  • The Africans : they chose their own names
  • The Chinese and the Indochinese : "On to Kum Shan!"
  • The Japanese and the Koreans : meetings of East and West
  • PART V :
  • Changing names in America
  • Names don't stay the same
  • PART VI :
  • E Pluribus Unum
  • Melting pot, salad bowl, or compartments?
  • From a world without Surnames
  • The Beginnings of our rivers of names
  • The Flood
  • PART II :
  • The British and the northern Europeans
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
388 pages
Isbn
9780025521001
Lccn
81018646
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • ocm07945851
  • (OCoLC)7945851

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