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“The New Immigrants” Terms Ellis Island Angel Island Melting Pot Nativism Chinese Exclusion Act Gentlemen’s Agreement
Reasons for leaving homeland Push Factors (what drove people from their homelands) Pull Factors
Immigrants “Old Immigrants” (Prior to 1885) “New Immigrants” (after 1885 Differences Map of Europe
Journey to America Most came by Steamship Steerage (3 rd class) Ending point for European immigrants: New York City…Statue of Liberty= sign of hope and freedom!!
Ellis Island 1892-1924: about 17 million European immigrants passed through the doors of Ellis Island Receiving station for immigrants in the New York harbor
Angel Island Receiving station for immigrants coming from the Pacific Ocean in the San Francisco Bay Mostly Asians
Adjustments to new life Place to live: Jobs:
Restrictions Melting Pot Chinese Exclusion Act 1882 Gentlemen’s Agreement (1907-08)
Life in the New Land A Difficult Journey.
Chapter 7, Section 1 The New Immigrants.
Section 6-1 Immigration.
Immigration in America
Immigrants in America Millions of immigrants moved to the United States in the late 1800’s & early 1900’s.
Immigration Chapter 13, Section 1.
Cartoon #1: Modern cartoon
The Cold War BeginsTechnology and Industrial GrowthThe Cold War Begins Section 1 The New Immigrants Compare the “new immigration” of the late 1800s to.
Immigration. Immigration – when people move from one country to another country. Between 1866 & 1915, more than 25 million immigrants moved to the.
Chapter 4 Lesson 1 Notes October 21, Lesson 1 Notes “Old” immigrants was a term that referred to the first wave of immigration. These were immigrants.
Chapter 7 Immigrants and Urbanization Section 1 The New Immigrants.
THE IMMIGRANT EXPERIENCE. WHY DID THE IMMIGRANTS COME TO AMERICA? CROP FAILURES NO LAND OR JOBS HIGH TAXES FAMINE RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION.
Immigration Notes. Immigration Review Why did immigrants come to the U.S.? –Push Factors: Religious persecution, political persecution, famine, overpopulation.
IMMIGRATION. Where did immigrants come from? Where did Immigrants enter the U.S. ?
THE NEW IMMIGRANTS. WHERE DID THEY COME FROM? Europe Initially from western Europe (Germany, England, Ireland) Later from southern and eastern Europe.
Unit 5: The Progressive Era (1890 – 1920) The Immigrant Experience.
Chapter 20: An Urban Society
American History Chapter 15-1
Key Vocabulary Ellis Island Angel Island Chinese Exclusion Act (1882) Gentlemen’s Agreement (1907) Nativism Xenophobia.
Why they’ve come to America…. To escape poverty To escape poverty To escape Religious or Political Persecution To escape Religious or Political Persecution.
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