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US Immigration
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  • 1. US Immigration { Push and pull factors over time
  • 2. PushWhich factors in their homelandmade people leave Which qualities in the new continent inspired a new home Pull
  • 3. Green cards
  • 4. Becoming Naturalized
  • 5. Illegal immigration
  • 6. First Immigration Wave
  • 7. Illegal immigration ?
  • 8. European settlements
  • 9. Second Immigration Wave
  • 10. Gold Rush
  • 11. Homestead Act
  • 12. “Give me your tired, your poor,Your huddled masses yearning to breathe freeThe wretched refuse of your teeming shoreSend these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to meI lift my lamp beside the golden door.” Ellis Island
  • 13. IndustrializationThird Immigration Wave
  • 14. Cultural enclaves Urbanization
  • 15. Internment CampsImmigration Restrictions
  • 16. Fourth Immigration Wave
  • 17. Economic impact
  • 18. Alabama Immigration Law"There are some sweet potato farmers in this state its really going to hurt. Idont know how theyre going to get their crops out," Alabama farmer
  • 19. Search Ancestor Settlement

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