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Immigrants And Cities

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  • 1. Immigrants and Cities Mortoza Mohammadi
  • 2. Immigrants and Cities  From the 1870s through out the 1920s America was becoming a big agrarian society into an urban one.  The growth for industry laid the foundation for many of the big cities.  Millions of immigrants arrived in the big cities providing much of the cities population.  The immigrants were mostly farmers but tended to stay in the cities where they built ethnic neighborhoods where there were jobs for them to inquire.  The native born people from America become pretty scared that America will fade away and become more accustomed to European style of life which caused fumes between the American people and the immigrants.

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