- Title Pages
- About the Author
- Figures and Tables
- Part I State Policies and Their Influence on the Connections between Maritime and Migration Networks, 1830-1870
- Part II The Impact of Steam Shipping on Transatlantic Migration, 1870-1914
- Chapter 1 The Role of Middlemen
- Chapter 2 Competition and Collusion: The Growing Pains of Passenger Shipping Conferences
- Chapter 3 The IMM Merger and Further Consolidations in the Shipping Industry
- Chapter IV The Nationalization of American Migration Policies and the Visible Hand of the Shipping Lobby
- Chapter V Shipping Companies' Interference with the Enactment and Implementation of Immigration Laws during the Progressive Era
- Appendix 1: Rates of the NDLV Members for the American Market
- Appendix 2: HAL Total Passengers, 1873-1914
- Appendix 3: Total Passengers of the Main Services on the North Atlantic and Number of Sailings, 1899-1914
- Appendix 4: HAL Through Rates to and from Hinterland Destinations, 1893-1907 (US $)
- Appendix 5: New York Agents and Agents under Bond, 1897-1909
- Appendix 6: Advertisements by the HAL in American Newspapers
- The Battle for the Migrants
- Liverpool University Press
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