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    5 who are americans 5 who are americans Presentation Transcript

    • Census-Census-Started in 1790 needed to know population to determine representation in Congress-completed every ten years-asks many other questions to find out information about the lives of Americans
    • Nation of Immigrants-All Americans are either immigrants or the descendants of an immigrant-Native Americans-Spanish-English, French, Africans-Other Europeans-Asians-Latinos
    • Nation of Immigrants-All Americans are either immigrants or the descendants of an immigrant-Native Americans-Spanish-English, French, Africans-Other Europeans-Asians-Latinos
    • Immigration Limits-mid 1800’s some discrimination begins against immigrants-fear of jobs and land being lost by those already here-1920’s saw National Origins Act which limited immigration based on nationality-1960 saw modern quota system implemented-refugees are the exception to the immigration quotas -People who have fled their homes because of war or famine
    • Population Growth-Early population growth -large influx of immigrants -naturally high birthrates-Today -declining birthrate -fastest growing part of our population
    • Where We Live-4 great shifts in our population-mid 1800’s saw people move from farms(rural) to cities (urban)-late 1800’s , early 1900’s saw African Americans moving into northern areas-late 1900’s saw shift toward the south and southwest U.S.-late 1900’s saw move toward living in suburbs of cities
    • Where We Live-4 great shifts in our population-mid 1800’s saw people move from farms(rural) to cities (urban)-late 1800’s , early 1900’s saw African Americans moving into northern areas-late 1900’s saw shift toward the south and southwest U.S.-late 1900’s saw move toward living in suburbs of cities
    • Changing Nation-The United States changes with every Census-Language barriers bi-lingual areas-cultural barriers-religious barriers-aging population
    • Members of Many Groups-Many Americans play roles in most of these groups -Family -Friends -Religion -Education -Economics -Government
    • Values We Share-American Dream -Legacy of freedoms -Government by the People -equality of all persons -Justice-Imperfect Society in reality