Record Group: 3 C|
Record Sub-Group: 8
Records Title: UMC; College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources; Department of Rural Sociology; Migration and Populations Research Records
Dates: 1923-1977, bulk 1970-1977
Volume: 2 cubic feet, 2.5 linear feet
Scope and Content Note
This Sub-Group is divided into two record series. Series One contains scholarly works relating to the topic of Afro-American Return Migration to the South. Series Two holds the Migration Project Preliminary Report, as well as research materials used in its production.
InventorySeries One - Scholarly Works
FF 1 - Titles of Sociology and Rural Sociology M. A. thesis and/or dissertation authored by R. Campbell, G. Stangler, D. Johnson, G. Dailey, Jr., and R. McNamara, ca. l928-1970
FF 2 - Titles of Sociology and Rural Sociology M. A. thesis and/or dissertation authored by R. Campbell, G. Stangler, D. Johnson, G. Dailey, Jr., and R. McNamara, ca. l928-1970FF 3 - Research Proposals, Migration of Negroes to the South; Population Change and Migration in the Five State Ozark Region; Net Migration in Oklahoma, 1950-1975, by the above named researchers, ca. 1970-1977
FF 4 - Population and Higher Education in Missouri, 1960-1975, by R. Campbell, n.d.
FF 5 - Social Participation of Migrants into four Ozark Communities, by R. Campbell. Paper data collected under joint project University of Arkansas, Fayette, the University of Missouri-Columbia and the Economic Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, n.d.
FF 6 - Population Change, Migration, and Displacement Along the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas Navigation-System, by R. Campbell, G. Stangler, G. Dailev, Jr., R. McNamara (submitted to United States Army Engineer Institute for Water Resources), 05/1977
FF 7 - Negro Migration to the South, by R. Campbell and D. Johnson (draft only), 1969
FF 8 - Paradigm of Counter-stream Migration, by R. Campbell and C. Stangler (research supported by grants from the National Institute of Health, Army Corps of Engineers, and the Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station), 1977
FF 9 - Effects of Return Migration to the South, by V. Easter; a student paper for Population and Ecology course, n.d.
FF 10 - Black Inter-Regional Migration: The Primary North-to-South Migrant, by N. Chidester (MA thesis, incomplete copy), 08/1974
FF 11 - Community Satisfaction of Black Return Migrants to a Southern Metropolis; Negro Migration to the South; Report on an August 1971 Trip to Selected Southern Cities; Black Migration to America in 1940, by D. Johnson, ca. 1971-1975
FF 12 - Black Return Migration to a Southern Metropolitan Community: Birmingham, Alabama, by D. M. Johnson, (Ph.D. dissertation), 05/1973
FF 13 - Return Migration of Black People to the South, by R. Campbell, D. Johnson, and G. Stangler (data for these papers was drawn from materials gathered for a larger project on the migration of Afro-Americans to the South), 1974
FF 14 - Black Migration to the South: Primary and Return Migrants; Black Peturn Migration to Two Non-Metropolitan Areas of the South; Return Migration of Black People to the South: Data from the 1970 Public Use Sample; Black Return Migration to Two Rural Areas of the South; Propositions on Internal Counter-stream Migration; Propositions on Counter-stream Migration: the State of the Art; Theoretical Propositions on Internal Counter-stream Migration, by R. Campbell, D. Johnson, and G. Stangler (data for these papers was drawn from materials gathered for a larger project on the migration of Afro-Americans the South), 1974-1975
Box 1 (cont'd)FF 15 - Migration Project Preliminary Report, n.d.
FF 16 - Migration Project, outlines, 1975-1977
FF 17 - FF 29 - Migration Project, chapter drafts and research materials, n.d.
FF 30 - Migration Project: Miscellaneous and Maps
FF 31 - Migration Project: Public Use Sample (rural notes)
FF 32 - Migration Project: Census - Public Use Sample (Blacks in the South)
FF 33 - Migration Project: Black Migration Literature
FF 34 - Migration Project: total in and out migrants South, excluding Blacks, 1965-1970
Series Two - Migration Project Report (cont'd)
Box 2FF 1 - Migration Project: Migration bibliography
FF 2 - Migration Project: Economic Experience of Return and Non-Return Migration for the Southeast, by Kiker and Traynhamn, n.d.
FF 3 - Migration Project: "Junk put together by L. Kiker for thesis before it died," tables drawn from Public Use Sample," n.d.
FF 4 - Migration Project: primary migrants (tables)
FF 5 - Migration Project: Migration data - to 1960 (numbers, origin, destination)
FF 6 - Migration Project: Motivation
FF 7 - Migration Project: Competitive destination
FF 8 - Migration Project: U.S. Census, South
FF 9 - Migration Project: Questionnaire
FF 10 - Migration Project: Interviewing
FF 11 - Migration Project: Termination dates for interviews
FF 12 - Migration Project: Black data sheets for in and out migration
FF 13 - Migration Project: Data sheets for non-Black in and out migration, South and Northeast
FF 14 - Migration Project: Coding forms (rough)
FF 15 - Migration Project: Code key (rough)
FF 16 - Migration Project: Codebook (migration of Negroes to the South)
FF 17 - Migration Project: Codebook (diffusion studies)
FF 18 - Migration Project: Cities (R.C.D. city)
FF 19 - Migration Project: Atlanta
FF 20 - Migration Project: Atlanta call numbers
FF 21 - Migration Project: Birmingham (rational and criteria used in selection of the research site)
FF 22 - Migration Project: Mid-sized cities, Bloomington (S.M.S.A.)
FF 23 - Migration Project: Mid-sized Cities, Champlain and Urbana
FF 24 - Migration Project: Mid-sized Cities, Decatur (S.M.S.A.)
FF 25 - Migration Project: Greensboro, call numbers
FF 26 - Migration Project: Carolinas
FF 27 - Migration Project: Houston exchanges
FF 28 - Migration Project: Houston, call numbers
FF 29 - Migration Project: Mississippi
FF 30 - Migration Project: Mobile, screen sample
FF 31 - Migration Project: Mobile, call numbers
FF 32 - Migration Project: Mid-sized cities: Peoria (S.M.S.A.)
FF 33 - Migration Project: Springfield
FF 34 - Migration Project: Tampa, screen interview exchanges
FF 35 - Migration Project: Tampa, exchanges
FF 36 - Migration Project: Tampa, used call sheets
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