Approaching nineteenth-century transatlantic mass migration as a trade issue adds to our understanding about the business structures that sustained chainmigration patterns, the structural development of passenger lines into cartels turning migrant transport into a big business and the origins, development and enforcement of early migration laws. Placing the steamship companies at the heart of the European mass migration story underlines their pivotal role in enabling, facilitating and stimulating the process....
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