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Excerpt from Reports of the Immigration Commission: Immigrants in Industries (in Twenty-Five Parts); Part 17, Copper Mining and Smelting; Part 18, Iron Ore Mining; Part 19, Anthracite Coal Mining; Part 20, Oil Refining
The character of recent and past immigration to the c0p er mines may be readily seen from the series of tabulations whio follows, showing the period of residence in the United States of foreign-born mine workers and members of their households. Length of residence in this country and period of employment are not necessarily identical but they closely approximate each other. The first table and chart submitted embrace the same data as the table following but pre sent it in a more summary form. All the employees with a period of residence of less than five years appear in one group.
Table 7. - Per cent of foreign-born male employees in the United States each specified number of years, by race.
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