The Five Points : perceptions and practicalities of Irish American and African American interracial relationships in mid-nineteenth century New York City / Catherine Robertson.

The Five Points, arguably the worst slum in New York City during the nineteenth century, was the center for the city's worst perceived societal crime: living, marital and sexual relationships between races. The increased numbers of Irish immigrants in the Five Points neighborhood, traditionally...

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Main Author: Robertson, Catherine.
Corporate Authors: Simmons College (Boston, Mass.). School of Library and Information Science., Simmons College (Boston, Mass.). College of Arts and Sciences.
Format: Thesis Book
Published: 2013.

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Call Number: F128.68.F56 R63 2013