The Removal Work, Including Galveston: Presentation and Discussion
Publication Date: May 1910
Series: Conference of Jewish Charities in the United States, 6
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Immigration; Employment; Communal Organization
Coverage: United States
The author discusses the desirability of distributing newly arrived Jewish immigrants, lately mostly Russian, around the country, outlines the work of the Removal Office and the Galveston Movement towards this end, including both their successes and challenges. Delegates respond in the discussion that follows, offering critiques and suggests relating to the distribution and assimilation of immigrants.