Articles/papers and summaries (S) of important work by other researchers:
From Immigrants to Ethnic Group: Croats in Canada.
Croatian Ethnic Parishes in Canada: Their Significance and Activities.
Notes on some Ethnic Groups in Canada.
Hersak/Cicak-Chand: Canada: Multiculturalism.
Dan D. Daatland
Norwegian and Scandinavian mass migration to North America with particular weight on the Canadian experience + Bibliography.
Østrem Nils Olav
A framework for local research of migration to Canada based on the use of National Digital Archive material.
Tidsbilete: Stord på 1700-talet (Bygdesoge for Stord)
Kapittel 5: Kulturen (Bygdesoge for Stord)
João António Alpalhão/Victor M. Pereira da Rosa: From Emigration to Acculturation: Mainland Portugal and the Islands, in Quebec.
Grace M. Anderson and J. Campbell Davis: Portuguese Immigrant Women in Canada.
Edite Noivo: Inside Ethnic Families: Three Generations of Portuguese-Canadians: Introduction.
Myth and Reality in Azorean Emigration.
Portuguese Migration to Canada: A Primer.
Robert F. Harney: Portuguese and Other Caucasians.
Alan Sousa: The Formative Years: Introduction.
Ronald Louis Fernandez: The Social Meaning of Being Portuguese Canadian.
Grace M. Anderson: Immigrant Success: How is it achieved?
Grace M. Anderson and David Higgs: The Early Portuguese Maritime Contacts with Canada.
“Second Generation”, Cultural Retention and Ethnic Identity:Young Portuguese and Portuguese-descendants in Canada.
Portuguese and Portuguese-descendant youths of the diaspora: cultural heritage and attitudes towards education.
Scandinavian Identity in Times of Crises - Swedes and Norwegians in Canada, 1905-1945
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