The African American Migration Story
Archive of Immigrant Voices
Archives of Irish America
Bracero History Archive
Brooklyn Historical Society Oral History Collection
Cato Institute: A Brief History of U.S. Immigration Policy
From the colonial period through the Industrial Revolution, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, and up to today, radical swings in immigration policy have had their connections to earlier debates and policies.
The Center for Migration Studies
Chinese Immigrants in America in the 19th Century: A Study Module
Chinese Laundries in Massachusetts Oral History Project
Corazón de Dixie
DHS, “Mapping Immigration”
Facing History and Ourselves: Immigration
Foreign Born Population, 1850-2010
Interactive map for exploring migrant demographic statistics.
Harvard Open Library
Houston Asian American Archive
The Immigrant Experience
Immigration History Research Center Archives
37 maps that explain how America is a nation of immigrants.
Japanese American National Museum
Korean American Digital Archive: Oral Histories
Korean American Oral Histories
Library of Congress
Mapping American Social Movements Project, Chicano/Latino Movements History and Geography
The Mexican Migration Project
Migration Policy Institute
Major U.S. Immigration Laws, 1790-present
Migration Scholar Collective: Migration History Calendar
A project that highlights important historical immigration milestones that have shaped today’s complex immigration system in the United States and abroad. Though this calendar mostly focuses on U.S. immigration policy, it also mentions important events that have shaped migration across the world. It also incorporates lesser-known policies and events in order to highlight their impact on the current landscape of migration we inherit today.
Minnesota Immigrant Oral Histories
Museum of Chinese in America
The National Archives
National Immigrant Law Center
New York Times Archive
Explore 100 years of immigration history with the NYT archive.
New York Times Immigration Lesson Plans
A guide to learning about immigration using the NYT.
Online Archive of California
Pew Research Center, Hispanic Trends
The Pulitzer Center, The 1619 Project Curriculum
Smithsonian Cultural Centers
South Asian Oral History Project
The Southeast Asian Archive
The UCI Libraries Southeast Asian Archive collects, preserves, and makes accessible primary and secondary source materials documenting the history of the Cambodian, Hmong, Laotian, and Vietnamese diaspora..