Oscar Handlin

Oscar Handlin (September 29, 1915 – September 20, 2011) was an American historian. As a professor of history at Harvard University for over 50 years, he directed 80 PhD dissertations and helped promote social and ethnic history, virtually inventing the field of immigration history in the 1950s. Handlin won the 1952 Pulitzer Prize for History for ''The Uprooted'' (1951). Handlin's 1965 testimony before Congress was said to "have played an important role" in passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 that abolished the discriminatory immigration quota system in the U.S. Provided by Wikipedia
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Author: Handlin, Oscar, 1915-
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Published 1954
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Published 1972
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Published 1959
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Published 1957
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Published 1965
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Published 1976
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Published 1981
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Published 1986
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Author: Handlin, Oscar, 1915-
Published 1987
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