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The End of European Immigrant Servitude in the United States: An Economic Analysis of Market Collapse, 1772–1835

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  • Grubb, Farley, 1994. "The End of European Immigrant Servitude in the United States: An Economic Analysis of Market Collapse, 1772–1835," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 54(04), pages 794-824, December.
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