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migration flows and data from CNHI, Ellis Island, and Social Explorer

Below are some links to some great resources for looking at Migration flows.

Where are they coming from?


Vers les Amériques - fin XIXe début XXe © Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po : Marie-Françoise Durand, Benoît Martin, Patrice Mitrano (http://www.sciences-po.fr/cartographie) via CNHI site.

Les migrations - fin du XXe siècle © Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po : Marie-Françoise Durand, Benoît Martin, Patrice Mitrano via CNHI site

Where did the settle?

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