Immigrants. In 1860 the resident population of the U.S. was 31.5 million people. Between 1865 and 1920, close to 30 million additional people entered the country.These people were fleeing crop failures, land and job shortages, rising taxes and famine. Some were also escaping religious or political persecution..
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