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Immigration, the American West, and the twentieth century: German from Russia, Omaha Indian, and Vietnamese-urban villagers in Lincoln, Nebraska

@inproceedings{Kinbacher2006ImmigrationTA,
  title={Immigration, the American West, and the twentieth century: German from Russia, Omaha Indian, and Vietnamese-urban villagers in Lincoln, Nebraska},
  author={Kurt E. Kinbacher},
  year={2006}
}
The North American West is a culturally and geographically diverse region that has long been a beacon for successive waves of human immigration and migration. A case in point, the population of Lincoln, Nebraska-a capital city on the eastern cusp of the Great Plains-was augmented during the twentieth century by significant influxes of Germans from Russia, Omaha Indians, and Vietnamese. Arriving in clusters beginning in 1876, 1941, and 1975 respectively, these newcomers were generally set in… Expand
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