2At the turn of the century, why did most immigrants to the United States settle in cities? Jobs were readily available.Government relief programs required immigrants to settle in cities.Labor union leaders encouraged unrestricted immigration.Immigrants were not permitted to buy farmland.
3Which statement about immigration to the United States during the 19th century is most valid? Organized labor supported unlimited immigration.Most immigrants to the United States were illegal aliens.Industrial growth led to a demand for cheap immigrant labor.Few immigrants came from western Europe.
4Which statement about immigration to the United States is most accurate? The desire for economic advancement has been a major reason for immigration to the United StatesThe ethnic mix of immigrants to the United States has remained mostly unchanged.The number of immigrants has remained constant in each decade during most of United States history.Nearly all immigrants have easily assimilated into American culture.
5What was the experience of most of the “new immigrants” who arrived in the United States from southern and eastern Europe in the late 1800s and early 1900s?They lived in urban areas and most held low paying jobs.They obtained free land in the West and became farmers.They became discouraged with America and returned to their homelands.They were easily assimilated into mainstream American culture.
6Between 1890 and 1915, the majority of immigrants to the United States were labeled “new immigrants” because they wereconsidered physically and mentally superior to earlier immigrantsforced to settle in the cities of the Midwestfrom China, Japan, and other Asian countriesculturally different from most earlier immigrants
7Which expression most accurately illustrates the concept of Nativism? “Help Wanted — Irish Need Not Apply”“Go West, young man.”“America — first in war and peace”“The only thing we have to fear, is fear itself.”
8Between 1870 and 1920, the federal government placed few restrictions on immigration primarily because it wanted tosell land in the Westrecruit men for the militaryensure that there would be workers for the factoriesavoid offending foreign governments
9In the late 19th century, the major argument used by labor union leaders against immigrants was that immigrantscontributed little to enrich American liferefused to assimilate into American culturetook jobs from United States citizensplaced financial drains on social services
10The Gentlemen’s Agreement, literacy tests, and the quota system were all attempts by Congress to restrictimmigrationproperty ownershipvoting rightsaccess to public education
11The “new immigrants” to the United States between 1890 and 1915 came primarily from southern and eastern Europenorthern and western EuropeEast AsiaLatin America
12Ellis Island and Angel Island were Immigration inspection centersDetainment centers for illegal immigrantsPrisons for political enemiesDetainment centers for terrorists