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Exam #2 – Study GuideFor all Four Groups You will Need to Know:Push Factors (Why they left their home country)- Irish o Plantation system- English protestants confiscated land for livestock or export productiono Penal laws- denied landowning and voting rights to Catholicso Potato blight of the 1840s  “Gorta Mor” Famine/starvation Poverty- Chineseo Taiping rebellion Chinese civil war Qing v. Han dynasty 1850-1864 20 million diedo Natural disasters Floods (destroy rice paddies)o Famineo Female infanticide  Kill own daughters because they don’t want them to grow up in chinao Economic  Imperialismo Opium Wars- Italianso Italian unification  Joining of north and south Italy North dominate southo Economy High taxes on land Poor land Unemploymento Catholic church  Tithe- taxes that must be paid to the churcho Overpopulationo Natural disasters Mt. Vesuvius 1906 Mt. Etna 1908 Earthquake Tidal wave- Jewso Tsar Alexander II assassinated in 1881 Rumors that assassins were Jews (actually atheists) Christians attacked Jewish communitieso Pogroms Organized attacks on Jewish communitieso Tsar Alexander III  Russian orthodox church Autocrat – “ordained ruler by God” Judaism is incompatibleo Russification Attempt to make all of Eastern Europe like Russia both politically and culturally Religion is a part of your culture Jews all over eastern Europe experienced progromsWhere they settled (City and name of enclaves)- Irisho “southie”- Bostono Five-points- NYC- Chineseo San Franciscoo “china town”- Italianso “little italies” o Northeastern citieso NYC, Boston, Philadelphia- Jewso Lower east sideo NY, Chicago, Baltimore, LA, MiamiType of Migration - Chain, Return, Permanent, etc.- Irisho Chain Migration- Chineseo Return Migration- Italianso Return Migration- Jewso PermanentWho migrated? - Men, women, single, families, etc.Irish = Young adults, both male and femaleChinese = mostly menItalians = familyJews = familyLabor- What kind of jobs?Irish = unskilled workers, worked in docksChinese = unskilled workers, railroadsItalians =Unskilled workersJews = Began as unskilled, but came to white collar jobs in 3rd generationLife in the Enclave- Irisho Tenement houses More than one person to a room; rent for a day,week,montho Pub culture Hearty, filling drink before and after work Socializationo Bare-knuckle boxingo Urban lifestyle Brothels- Chineseo Tongs Began as protective group against whites Became corrupt  Gang or “Chinese Mafia”o Opium dens  Prostitutiono Six companies Six Chinese run family businesses End prostitution Clean up corruption Emphasize morality- Italianso The familyo Weddingso Political clubso Festivalso Mutual-Aid society Members made monthly payments to assist others with housing, day care, funerals, etc.- JewsStereotypes- Irish o Catholic Brainwashed by pope Transubstantiation- practice of communion in the belief of ingesting the body and blood of Christ• Blood drinkers• Baby killers• Vampires o Race Ape like• Nativists claim that Irish were the “missing link” between the human race and the gorilla Black-Irish• Equal to African-Americanso Inferior Immoral Lazy  Uneducated ‘Bridget” – name for all Irish women; self-sufficient and street smart “Paddy” – derogatory term for an Irish man derived from “Patrick”o Drunk English-Americans used Pub culture to legitimatize the notion that ALL Irish were alcoholics- Chineseo Race (physical) “Yellow peril” • Skin pigment• Short • No facial air• Feminine • Buck teeth• Slanted eyes• Queue – ponytail Culture• Religion – Buddhism• Food• Language – mandarin• Appearance – pajama-like dress- Italianso Catholico Drunk Loudo Race Dark skin Dark hair Inferior Dangerous Disloyalo Mafia myth Seen as lawless, thugs looking for a fight Criminality is a part of the Italian raceo Vendetta When an act of violence is taken personally by the whole family- Jewso Race Facial features Big nose, dark hair Darker skino Culture “unassimilatable” “devil” Hats are covering their hornsDiscrimination they faced- Italianso NINA No Irish Need Apply- Chinese o Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 No one can come in, people already there can’t become citizens Geary Act 1892• Renews exclusion for 10 more years- Italianso Wages Paid lesso Dangerous conditions Sweat shops Maimed, killed in accidents Tuberculosis – infection of the lungso 1921 Immigration and Nationality Act In 1880, take 2% of the total number of Italians and that’s how many can come per year.- Jewso Anti-Semitism Stereotyping, prejudice, or discrimination against Jewish peopleo Killers of Christ Rumor created by Christians Romans killed Jesus and crucified thousands of Jewso Smite Christians blame major world disasters on Jewso Intelligence Too intelligent, crafty, and sneaky Jewish merchants = deviouso Cheap Frugal and saved hard-earned money Christians saw as stingyAssimilation- in what ways they became accepted and/or upward mobility- Irisho English Americans change their views During 1880s – 1920s “New Immigrants” Irish became old immigrants• Lighter skinned• Catholic is better than Judaismo Irish Americans adapt Cultural assimilation• Language• Exception is that Irish remained catholic Mostly remained unskilled• some became skilled• catholic schools provide education John F. Kennedy (first catholic president)- Chineseo Education 52% have a college degree 13% of Ivy League students Highest scores on standardized testso Socio-Economics White collar jobs Higher income than white Americans Upper-middle class- Italianso Some types of Italian culture are accepted Food WASPs see little Italy as entertainmento Service and Education WWII • Italian Americans fight for US; seen as brave, and good soldiers G.I. Bill• Can go to college• Transition to skilled labor- Jewso Reformed Judaismo Embraced opportunities Jobs Citizenship  Educationo “Blue to white collar in 3 generations” Work ethic College educated Family/enclave supporto Political Activists Major support during civil rights movements in 1960s Students for a democratic societyThe Second-Generation Conflict- Chineseo 1st


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