Consider Anti-Immigration in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia a newer, narrower, more explicitly academic take on a well-covered topic among reference resources. Since James Ciment’s seminal, four-volume Encyclopedia of American Immigration published in 2001, there has been a variety of encyclopedias published focusing on the United States and immigration. Most recently, 2010 brought another Encyclopedia of American Immigration (unrelated to the previously mentioned work of the same name) edited by Carl L. Bankston and intended for use by the general public and high school/college undergraduates.
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Jumonville, A. (2012). [Review of the book Anti-immigration in the United States: A historical encyclopedia, by K. R. Arnold (Ed.)]. Reference Reviews, 26(6), 24. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09504121211251691