Interstate Migration. Hearings before the [Committee], Seventy-Sixth Congress, third session pursuant to H. Res. 63 and H. Res. 491, resolutions to inquire into the interstate migration of destitute citizens, to study, survey, and investigate the social and economic needs and the movement of indigent persons across states lines. Part 3, Chicago hearings, August 19, 20 and 21, 1940

Washington: GPO, 1940. vi, pp.813-1346, wraps mildly worn worn, rubberstamp of Frank L. Buckner on front cover. Part 3 only; the Chicago hearings.

Much testimony about the migration of rural populations, especially from the South, into Chicago and other northern cities; discussion of the services provided to the indigent, health problems, the economic benefits and costs of this migration, etc.

Cat.No: 208311

Price: $35.00