Table 4 also reports the number of immigrants from each country who arrived in or later. Thus, the table reads as follows:
Ford became a director long before that other great creator of visual beauty on the screen, Josef von Sternbergand his films constitute a parallel tradition to those of Sternberg and his followers. Tag Gallagher's excellent book on John Ford is important.
Its index traces out many subjects in Ford, and in which films they occur. See also his web site.
Please mail your comments to me at mike mikegrost. Clicking here will bring up mail. I am eager to hear what you think, and how you learned about this site. Subjects Some common characteristics of Ford films: Westerns set in Monument Valley Deliberately set small fires, as a campaign tactic Seas Beneath, Cheyenne Autumn related villain sets big fire: Hangman's House, setting fire to plane as signal: The Lost Patrol, raiders burn arsenal: Wee Willie Winkie, ranch burned: Sergeant Rutledge related signal fires and flares lit at airport: Air Mail, hero burns news story in waste basket: Rookie of the Year, Wayne's home burns: Pilgrimage, ship at end: Mary of Scotland, The Hurricane, merchant ship: They Were Expendable, small British boat evades Nazis: Roberts, boat and waterfront: The Face on the Barroom Floor, small skiff: Hangman's House, Oxford crew, boat at finale: Four Men and a Prayer, river boat and canoes: Mogambo, hero runs boat-bait-fishing business: Flashing Spikes Parades, with militaristic discipline sailors return after war: The Blue Eagle, regiment: The Black Watch, convicts welcome Tracy, missionaries in street: Up the River, Gold Star mothers enter ship: Wee Willie Winkie, West Point: The Long Gray Line, political: The Last Hurrah, kids march off to war: The Horse Soldiers, marching band at political rally: Bucking Broadway, railroad uniform, baseball, police: Strong Boy, World War I, police:Using the latest Census Bureau data from and , this paper provides a detailed picture of the more than 50 million immigrants (legal and illegal) and their U.S.-born children (under 18) in the United States by country of birth, state, and legal status.
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