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Urbanization and Immigration

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Urbanization and ImmigrationSlide 2Elisha OtisSan Francisco StreetcarNYC Subway being builtBrooklyn Bridge-1883Problems of IndustrializationTenement HouseSlum HousingImmigrationSlide 11The Old ImmigrantsSlide 13Slide 14Slide 15Slide 16Slide 17Slide 18The “New” ImmigrantsSlide 20Slide 21Slide 22Slide 23Slide 24Who wanted the new immigrants?Slide 26Slide 27Slide 28Slide 29NativismSlide 31Slide 32Slide 33Slide 34Slide 35Slide 36Slide 37Slide 38Urbanization and ImmigrationRise of the CitiesCity ProblemsThe Golden Age of ImmigrationThe Government ReactionFemale ImmigrantsNativismElisha OtisSan Francisco StreetcarNYC Subway being builtBrooklyn Bridge-1883Problems of IndustrializationTenement HouseSlum HousingImmigrationImmigrationThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeProtestantThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeProtestantEnglish or other Germanic languagesThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeProtestantEnglish or other Germanic languagesFair-skinnedThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeProtestantEnglish or other Germanic languagesFair-skinnedGenerally well-educatedThe Old ImmigrantsNorthern and Western EuropeProtestantEnglish or other Germanic languagesFair-skinnedGenerally well-educatedFinancially stableThe “New” ImmigrantsEastern and Southern Europe and AsiaThe “New” ImmigrantsEastern and Southern Europe and AsiaRoman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, JewishThe “New” ImmigrantsEastern and Southern Europe and AsiaRoman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish“Foreign” languagesThe “New” ImmigrantsEastern and Southern Europe and AsiaRoman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish“Foreign” languagesDark-complectedThe “New” ImmigrantsEastern and Southern Europe and AsiaRoman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish“Foreign” languagesDark-complectedGenerally illiterateThe “New” ImmigrantsEastern and Southern Europe and AsiaRoman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish“Foreign” languagesDark-complectedGenerally illiterateFinancially destituteWho wanted the new immigrants?Who wanted the new immigrants?IndustrialistsWho wanted the new immigrants?IndustrialistsRailroadsWho wanted the new immigrants?IndustrialistsRailroadsStatesWho wanted the new immigrants?IndustrialistsRailroadsStatesSteamship linesNativismNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)NativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized LaborNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized Labor1882-First Immigration RestrictionsNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized Labor1882-First Immigration Restrictions -banned poor; criminals; convictsNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized Labor1882-First Immigration Restrictions -banned poor; criminals; convictsLater added other “undesirables” to listNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized Labor1882-First Immigration Restrictions -banned poor; criminals; convictsLater added other “undesirables” to list1882-Chinese Exclusionary ActNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized Labor1882-First Immigration Restrictions -banned poor; criminals; convictsLater added other “undesirables” to list1882-Chinese Exclusionary Act1921-Emergency Quota ActNativismAmerican Protective Association (1887)Organized Labor1882-First Immigration Restrictions -banned poor; criminals; convictsLater added other “undesirables” to list1882-Chinese Exclusionary Act1921-Emergency Quota Act1924- Immigration Act of


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