White Southern migration to the North and West in the 20th century

Futurist

Ad Honoris
May 2014
22,239
SoCal
I know all about the Great Migration of African-Americans out of the Southern U.S. between 1910 and 1970 (in 1910, 89% of U.S. Blacks lived in the South; by 1970, this figure was just 53%). However, was there likewise a large-scale migration of Southern Whites into the Northern and Western U.S. during this time? Or did few White Southerners migrate out of the South during this time?
 

Rodger

Ad Honorem
Jun 2014
6,171
US
Only from Appalachia?
I only know about those from Appalachia. In the mid 1980s I spent an entire summer, as part of my university studies, taking classes and doing an internship in eastern KY. This information I was taught by the professor.
 
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