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Migration from Southern Europe to the US 1820-1957

From 1820 until 1957, almost six million people migrated from Southern Europe to the United States, with roughly five million of those coming from Italy. The highest rate of migration came as the nineteenth century ended, and lasted until the Great Depression (although there was a large decrease during the First World War). The years with the highest level of migration were in 1907 and 1914, where almost 340 thousand people migrated from Southern Europe to the United States.

Number of documented migrants from Italy and Southern Europe to the United States between 1820 and 1957

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Release date

August 2019

Region

Italy, Portugal, Spain, United States

Survey time period

1820 to 1957

Supplementary notes

Release date is date of extraction.

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