3 edition of Report on the Vietnamese land refugees found in the catalog.
Report on the Vietnamese land refugees
|Statement||by Kim Ha ; translated and edited by James Banerian.|
|LC Classifications||DS554.8 .K59 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73 p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||83213574|
This also contributed to the second migration of Vietnamese here from around the nation. File photo. 7. Land. By , more refugees lived in Santa Ana, Garden Grove and Huntington Beach than in Westminster. But Westminster offered something none of the others had: a large swath of undervalued commercial property. Land along Bolsa Avenue was cheap. Full text of "Indochinese refugee assistance program; report to the Congress" See other formats.
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An additio Vietnamese are in America on student visas. The reverse migration of American Viet kieu, or “overseas Vietnamese,” to the homeland is far smaller. Official data is sketchy. Vaan Nguyen says she would be happy to be interviewed when her book of poetry is translated from Hebrew into English but declines an interview on the subject of Vietnamese refugees. The Michigan State report credited the success of refugees in these provinces to the fact that the area had received extensive U.S. aid and could accommodate more people because of a surplus of previously unused land. Furthermore, the report cited the wealth of natural resources in the region, as well as the fact that the central coast saw less Cited by: 4.
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