A Separate Language, a Separate Identity? Organisations of Frisian Migrants in Amsterdam in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

@inproceedings{Suurenbroek2005ASL,
  title={A Separate Language, a Separate Identity? Organisations of Frisian Migrants in Amsterdam in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries},
  author={Frank Suurenbroek and Marlou Schrover},
  year={2005}
}
In this article we look at people who migrated from the Dutch province of Friesland to the Dutch capital, Amsterdam. We examine developments within Friesland itself at the time of migration. This case-study offers a unique opportunity to relate developments in the sending society (Friesland) to the nature of organisations in the receiving society (Amsterdam). Many similarities have been noted between internal migration and international migration; it is therefore reasonable to assume that what… CONTINUE READING

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