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Which of these problems do you think matters the most why

World War I led to the rise of great racial and ethnic problems. Some examples are unrest in the Middle East; Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire; nationalism in the Balkans, which led to World War I in the 1st place and continued to be a problem following the war; anti-Semitism in Europe as the Jewish population was used as a scapegoat for problems not only in Germany but across the continent; and the beginnings of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States as soldiers returning home desired to have equal rights, as evidenced by the rise of the New Negro Movement, Harlem Renaissance, back to Africa movement, Great Migration, the new rise of the Ku Klux Klan, and general increased xenophobia (fear of foreigners).

Which of these problems do you think matters the most? Why?

warm up 3/18/13


Red scare immigrants

“Red Scare” & Immigrants

  • make this chart, read p. 622 – 624; 626-627

  • take notes about the topics

American attitudes after WWI

*radicals -

*radicals attacked ideas that they thought were _____________________

_______________________________

*Americans feared ________________

*”palmer raids” – _________________

_________________________________

Who did Palmer go after with his raids?

_______________________________

What did the Buford do? _____________

________________________________

Answer the question about the graph on the bottom of p. 626

*immigrants - ____________________

*nativisim – conflict between ________

_______________________________

*Unions ________________ immigrants

*1921- ___________ system passed

*National Origins Act of 1924 – goal was to

_______________________________

*eliminated ________ immigrants

*KKK came back this time and targeted

________________________________

*Sacco & Vanzetti – convicted of ______

____________but executed because

they were ________________________

________________________________


Red scare immigrants1

“Red Scare” & Immigrants

  • make this chart, read p. 623 - 624; 626-627

  • take notes about American attitude towards each group

American attitudes after WWI

immigrants

radicals

*competition for jobs

*nativisim – conflict between new & old

immigrants

*Unions wanted restrictions on immigrants

*knew they would work cheaper

*1921- quota system passed

*National Origins Act of 1924 – goal was to

reduce immigrants from certain countries

*eliminated Asian immigrants

*KKK came back this time targeted Jews,

Catholics and radicals

*Sacco & Vanzetti – convicted of murder

but executed because they were also

radical Italian immigrants

*celebrated things 100% American

*hatred towards Germans

*attacked ideas foreign or

anti-American

*feared communism

*Americans liked capitalism

*communist groups formed

in the US

*some supported the violent

overthrow of the government

*wide spread fear of communism

*”palmer raids” – deported immigrants

*unfounded fears


Immigration patterns 1900 1940 s

immigration patterns 1900-1940’s

  • make graphs based on the information provided

  • use pie charts, bar graphs, line graphs &/or timelines to show the information

  • work is due at the beginning of class on Tuesday

  • use either the beige or white paper

  • 1 paper/person

  • use color

  • do not take the information strips home – they are for everyone to use all day!!


Which of these problems do you think matters the most why

new immigration lawscreate a timeline for the following 9 items, you may shorten information some but don’t lose the meaning of what happenedspacing must be accurate on the time line

  • National Origins Act of 1924 Quotas changed to 2% of each nationality based on numbers in US in 1890.

  • 1921 no limits on immigrants from western hemisphere

  • 1917 banned all immigrants from Asia.

  • 1921 Asians still banned from entering

  • 1929 annual quotas of the 1924 Act were made permanent. (This hurt Jewish immigrants seeking refuge later)

  • 1922 Japanese made ineligible for citizenship

  • Quota Act of 1921 limited immigrants to 3% of each nationality present in the US in 1910.

  • 1924 Border Patrol established

  • 1917 Immigration Act provided for literacy tests for those over 16

new immigration lawscreate a timeline for the following 9 items, you may shorten information some but don’t lose the meaning of what happenedspacing must be accurate on the time line

  • National Origins Act of 1924 Quotas changed to 2% of each nationality based on numbers in US in 1890.

  • 1921 no limits on immigrants from western hemisphere

  • 1917 banned all immigrants from Asia.

  • 1921 Asians still banned from entering

  • 1929 annual quotas of the 1924 Act were made permanent. (This hurt Jewish immigrants seeking refuge later)

  • 1922 Japanese made ineligible for citizenship

  • Quota Act of 1921 limited immigrants to 3% of each nationality present in the US in 1910.

  • 1924 Border Patrol established

  • 1917 Immigration Act provided for literacy tests for those over 16


Immigrants in 1924

Immigrants in 1924

Immigrants in 1924

  • 82% of all immigrants allowed in the country came from western and northern Europe, 16% from southern and eastern Europe, 2% from the rest of the world

  • 82% of all immigrants allowed in the country came from western and northern Europe, 16% from southern and eastern Europe, 2% from the rest of the world

Immigrants in 1924

  • 82% of all immigrants allowed in the country came from western and northern Europe, 16% from southern and eastern Europe, 2% from the rest of the world

Immigrants in 1924

  • 82% of all immigrants allowed in the country came from western and northern Europe, 16% from southern and eastern Europe, 2% from the rest of the world

Immigrants in 1924

  • 82% of all immigrants allowed in the country came from western and northern Europe, 16% from southern and eastern Europe, 2% from the rest of the world


Create a line graph to show this information

create a line graph to show this information

create a line graph to show this information

  • 1901 - 1910 – 8.8 million immigrants

  • 1911 - 1920 - 5.7 million immigrants

  • 1921 – 1930 – 4.1 million immigrants

  • 1931 – 1940 - .53 million immigrants

  • 1981 - 1990 – 7.3 million immigrants

  • 2001 - 2010 - 13.6 million immigrants

  • 1901 - 1910 – 8.8 million immigrants

  • 1911 - 1920 - 5.7 million immigrants

  • 1921 – 1930 – 4.1 million immigrants

  • 1931 – 1940 - .53 million immigrants

  • 1981 - 1990 – 7.3 million immigrants

  • 2001 - 2010 - 13.6 million immigrants

create a line graph to show this information

create a line graph to show this information

  • 1901 - 1910 – 8.8 million immigrants

  • 1911 - 1920 - 5.7 million immigrants

  • 1921 – 1930 – 4.1 million immigrants

  • 1931 – 1940 - .53 million immigrants

  • 1981 - 1990 – 7.3 million immigrants

  • 2001 - 2010 - 13.6 million immigrants

  • 1901 - 1910 – 8.8 million immigrants

  • 1911 - 1920 - 5.7 million immigrants

  • 1921 – 1930 – 4.1 million immigrants

  • 1931 – 1940 - .53 million immigrants

  • 1981 - 1990 – 7.3 million immigrants

  • 2001 - 2010 - 13.6 million immigrants

create a line graph to show this information

create a line graph to show this information

  • 1901 - 1910 – 8.8 million immigrants

  • 1911 - 1920 - 5.7 million immigrants

  • 1921 – 1930 – 4.1 million immigrants

  • 1931 – 1940 - .53 million immigrants

  • 1981 - 1990 – 7.3 million immigrants

  • 2001 - 2010 - 13.6 million immigrants

  • 1901 - 1910 – 8.8 million immigrants

  • 1911 - 1920 - 5.7 million immigrants

  • 1921 – 1930 – 4.1 million immigrants

  • 1931 – 1940 - .53 million immigrants

  • 1981 - 1990 – 7.3 million immigrants

  • 2001 - 2010 - 13.6 million immigrants


Create a bar graph to represent this information

create a bar graph to represent this information.

  • # of immigrants from each area from 1910, 1920, 1930

  • Africa: 3992; 16,126; 18326

  • Asia: 191,484; 237, 950; 275,665

  • Europe: 11,810,115; 11,916,084; 11.784,010

  • NEAR THIS GRAPH, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

  • what trends do you see?

  • how did the number of immigrants from Asia increase despite the ban on immigrants from China and Japan?

create a bar graph to represent this information.

  • # of immigrants from each area from 1910, 1920, 1930

  • Africa: 3992; 16,126; 18326

  • Asia: 191,484; 237, 950; 275,665

  • Europe: 11,810,115; 11,916,084; 11.784,010

  • NEAR THIS GRAPH, ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

  • what trends do you see?

  • how did the number of immigrants from Asia increase despite the ban on immigrants from China and Japan?


Warm up 3 5 12

warm up 3/5/12

  • get paper for your graphs

  • notebook check tomorrow: there should be 4 warm ups and notes from Thursday class that you finished up at home! p. 622-623; 626-627


Warm up 3 8 12

warm up 3/8/12

  • Read p. 680 about teenage hoboes.

  • What would you do today if faced with this situation? Where would you go and how would you take care of yourself?


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