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Immigration when people move from one country to another
Pull Factors conditions that attract immigrants to a new area
Push Factors conditions that drive people to leave their homes
Old Immigrants Irish, English, Germans, Scandinavians From Northern & Western Europe
New Immigrants Italians, Poles, Greeks, Russians, Hungarians, Chinese Japanese, Koreans, Indians, Philippinos From Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia.
Ellis Island New York Harbor, receiving station for immigrants
Persecution to annoy or harass someone
Pogroms Organized attacks on Russian Jewish villages
Cultural Diversity different cultures respecting each other’s differences
Assimilation The process of becoming part of another culture
“Melting Pot” a place where many nationalities living together and gradually blend into one community
Urbanization Movement of population from farms into cities
Tenements buildings divided into small apartments
Nativist wanted to limit immigration and preserve the country for native-born white Protestants
Chinese Exclusion Act Passed 1882; no Chinese laborer could enter US, if already here and left, could not return
Ethnic Groups group of people who share a common culture
Yellow Journalism sensational reporting like scandals, crime stories and gossip
Settlement Houses community center that offers services to the poor
Realist writers who tried to show the harsh side of life as it was
Salvation Army 1865 created by William Booth; spread Christian teachings, offered food and shelter to the poor
Vaudeville variety show with comedians, song and dance routines and acrobats
Ragtime new kind of music with a lively, rhythmic sound
Steerage airless rooms below deck on ships
American Protection 1887 formed by nativists who wanted
Association laws to restrict immigration
THIS IS Immigrant s Booming Cities City Life Ellis Island EducationCulture.
Chapter 21 A New Urban Culture. Section 1, New Immigrants in a Promised Land I – Why Immigrants Came … 25 million between A. Push Factors: conditions.
Immigration. Immigration – when people move from one country to another country. Between 1866 & 1915, more than 25 million immigrants moved to the.
Today’s Agenda Papers to return
Immigration Jeopardy Key TermsKey People Changes to.
OBJECTIVES: 1. Why did immigration boom in the late 1800s? 2. How did immigrants adjust to life in the U.S.? 3. Why did anti-immigrant feeling grow?
NEW IMMIGRANTS AND CITY LIFE AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY Ms. Bragman/Mrs. Herth December 4, 2012 Aim: Why did so many people leave Europe and Latin America.
Growth of Cities: Immigration. Where are the Immigrants coming from? Before 1885 immigrants came mostly from Northern and Western Europe. After 1885 immigrants.
The New Immigrants. Who came to America? Between 1800 – 1880 over 10 million immigrants came to America – Old Immigrants: many were Protestants from Northwestern.
21-1 The New Immigrants. The Lure of America Old Immigrants- mostly Protestant from northwestern Europe Irish, British, German, French Arriving between.
Launch List: 1. Copy New Objective 2. Update Table of Contents 3. Copy new Homework.
Journal Questions 1). What book was written in response to the Fugitive Slave Act? 2). What book was written in response to how the U.S. treated American.
Immigration: Coming to America
New Immigrants in a Promised Land
What were the causes and effects of the growth of cities?
Immigration “America! The country where everyone could find work! Where wages were so high no one had to go hungry! Where all men were free.
The Immigrant Experience EQ: Should the United States be a “melting pot” or a “salad bowl”?
Unit 3 - Immigration Changes in American Life
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