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Part IState Policies and Their Influence on the Connections between Maritime and Migration Networks, 1830-1870
Part IIThe Impact of Steam Shipping on Transatlantic Migration, 1870-1914
Chapter 1The Role of Middlemen
Chapter 2Competition and Collusion: The Growing Pains of Passenger Shipping Conferences
Chapter 3The IMM Merger and Further Consolidations in the Shipping Industry
Chapter IVThe Nationalization of American Migration Policies and the Visible Hand of the Shipping Lobby
Chapter VShipping 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
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