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FILIPINO IMMIGRANTS IN HAWAII: A PROFILE OF RECENT ARRIVALS

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Filipino Immigrants in Hawaii: A Profile of Recent Arrivals was published in 1985 as a joint publication of the East-West Population Institute of the East-West Center (Honolulu) and Operation Manong (UH-Manoa). As stated in the Introduction:

This report describes some essential facts about recent immigrants from the Philippines, especially those who have come since the major changes in U.S. immigration laws in 1965. These facts should help private and state agencies and other members of the community to understand the social and economic status of recent Filipino immigrants.

Publication is a single file that has be converted from color to greyscale to facilitate downloading. Topic titles are listed below.

Filipino Immigrants in Hawaii: A Profile of Recent Arrivals (12 pages, 10MB)
Cover
Introduction
Filipinos in the United States
Filipinos in Hawaii
Socioeconomic Status of Hawaii Filipinos
The Ilokano Community on Oahu
Why Ilokanos Come to Hawaii
Ilokano Adjustment in Hawaii
Community Resources
Suggested Readings

Cite as: Agbayani, Amefil; et. al. Filipino Immigrants in Hawaii: A Profile of Recent Arrivals. Honolulu, HI: The East-West Population Institute and Operation Manong, 1985. http://efilarchives.org/publications (accessed [date downloaded]).

 

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