I suspect by now we've all heard of McGraw-Hill's appalling conflation of slaves with "workers" who came to America to work. If not, you can read up a bit right here. I'd be interested in hearing what scholars on H-Ethnic think about this.
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Immigration and Ethnic History Society
Calling Immigration and Ethnic History Graduate Students!
In November, the Immigration Ethnic History Society (IEHS) will be launching a new and improved website with an exciting new blog. The blog will feature writing by senior scholars, emerging scholars, and graduate students in the field. We're asking graduate students at any stage of their career to contribute original posts to kick off the new blog and participate in a competition for the best entries.
SUMMER GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT COMPETITION
This book analyzes the intersection of ethnicity and temperance reform in the 19th and early 20th centuries and might hence be of interest to you or your library.
Meyer, Sabine N. We Are What We Drink: The Temperance Battle in Minnesota. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2015. ISBN 978-0-252-03935-5
A powerful study of identity formation and the power of place in the shaping of history.