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May 12-14, 2005, Conference: "Immigration History and the University of Minnesota: Where We've Been, Where We're Going." (cosponsored by IHRC and Dept. of History, UMN, Minneapolis)

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Founded in 1965, the Immigration History Research Center enriches society by preserving and promoting understanding of the history of the American immigrant experience. In doing so, it acts in partnership with various ethnic communities, historical agencies, research specialists, educators, and many others. The IHRC develops and maintains a library and archival collection, provides research assistance, produces publications, and sponsors academic and public programs. Its work supports the tripartite mission-teaching, research, and service-of its parent institution, the University  of Minnesota.

Immigration History Research Center
University of Minnesota 
College of Liberal Arts
311 Andersen Library 
222-21st Avenue S. 
Minneapolis MN 55455-0439

Phone: (612) 625-4800 
Fax:  (612) 626-0018 
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Save America's Treasures
In June 1999, the IHRC's Documentation of the Immigrant Experience was designated as an Official Project of Save America's Treasures, a public-private partnership of the White House Millennium Council and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

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