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Urbanization and Immigration Rise of the Cities City Problems The Golden Age of Immigration The Government Reaction Female Immigrants Nativism Elisha Otis San Francisco Streetcar NYC Subway being built Brooklyn Bridge-1883 Problems of Industrialization Tenement House Slum Housing

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urbanization and immigration
Urbanization and Immigration
  • Rise of the Cities
  • City Problems
  • The Golden Age of Immigration
  • The Government Reaction
  • Female Immigrants
  • Nativism
the old immigrants
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
the old immigrants13
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
the old immigrants14
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
  • Protestant
the old immigrants15
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
  • Protestant
  • English or other Germanic languages
the old immigrants16
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
  • Protestant
  • English or other Germanic languages
  • Fair-skinned
the old immigrants17
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
  • Protestant
  • English or other Germanic languages
  • Fair-skinned
  • Generally well-educated
the old immigrants18
The Old Immigrants
  • Northern and Western Europe
  • Protestant
  • English or other Germanic languages
  • Fair-skinned
  • Generally well-educated
  • Financially stable
the new immigrants
The “New” Immigrants
  • Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia
the new immigrants20
The “New” Immigrants
  • Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia
  • Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish
the new immigrants21
The “New” Immigrants
  • Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia
  • Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish
  • “Foreign” languages
the new immigrants22
The “New” Immigrants
  • Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia
  • Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish
  • “Foreign” languages
  • Dark-complected
the new immigrants23
The “New” Immigrants
  • Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia
  • Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish
  • “Foreign” languages
  • Dark-complected
  • Generally illiterate
the new immigrants24
The “New” Immigrants
  • Eastern and Southern Europe and Asia
  • Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish
  • “Foreign” languages
  • Dark-complected
  • Generally illiterate
  • Financially destitute
who wanted the new immigrants27
Who wanted the new immigrants?
  • Industrialists
  • Railroads
who wanted the new immigrants28
Who wanted the new immigrants?
  • Industrialists
  • Railroads
  • States
who wanted the new immigrants29
Who wanted the new immigrants?
  • Industrialists
  • Railroads
  • States
  • Steamship lines
nativism31
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
nativism32
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
nativism33
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
  • 1882-First Immigration Restrictions
nativism34
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
  • 1882-First Immigration Restrictions
  • -banned poor; criminals; convicts
nativism35
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
  • 1882-First Immigration Restrictions
  • -banned poor; criminals; convicts
  • Later added other “undesirables” to list
nativism36
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
  • 1882-First Immigration Restrictions
  • -banned poor; criminals; convicts
  • Later added other “undesirables” to list
  • 1882-Chinese Exclusionary Act
nativism37
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
  • 1882-First Immigration Restrictions
  • -banned poor; criminals; convicts
  • Later added other “undesirables” to list
  • 1882-Chinese Exclusionary Act
  • 1921-Emergency Quota Act
nativism38
Nativism
  • American Protective Association (1887)
  • Organized Labor
  • 1882-First Immigration Restrictions
  • -banned poor; criminals; convicts
  • Later added other “undesirables” to list
  • 1882-Chinese Exclusionary Act
  • 1921-Emergency Quota Act
  • 1924- Immigration Act of 1924