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Immigration. PUSH. Why did people leave their country. Oppressive governments Poverty Overcrowding Crop failures Starvation and disease Limited land. Why did the Jewish population leave South Eastern Europe?. Religious Persecution. Immigration. PULL. Why did people come to America.

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Why did people leave their country
Why did people leave their country

  • Oppressivegovernments

  • Poverty

  • Overcrowding

  • Crop failures

  • Starvation and disease

  • Limited land





Why did people come to america
Why did people come to America

  • Hope for better opportunities

  • Escape oppressivegovernments

  • Adventure!

  • Religious freedom

  • Jobs (industry – not farming)





Cruel and unlawful
cruel and unlawful







Europe immigration station
Europe immigration station

  • Medical exams

  • Sent home because

    of disease or illness

  • 75% of all immigrants

    processed here


What was the 1 st law passed that limited immigration in the us

What was the 1st law passed that limited immigration in the US?



Where did people moved to find more and better job opportunities

Where did people moved to find more and better job opportunities?


Better job opportunities in the city
Better job opportunities in the city

Moved from rural areas (farms)

to urban areas (cities)





LIMITS ON NUMBER OF IMMIGRANTS WHO CAN ENTER OUR COUNTRY


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