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  1. Migrations 1750 -1900

  2. Migration from Europefrom 1750 or earlier

  3. Continuing Atlantic slave tradeafter 1750

  4. Labor migration from Asiamainly after 1750

  5. Why did these long-distance migrations from 1700 to 1900 occur?

  6. Global Changes • Industrialization • Steamboats • Colonization/Imperialism • New regions

  7. Global Continuations • African Slave Trade • Abolition by the end of the 1800s

  8. New Migrations • Indentured Servants from Asia and other areas of poverty & dense population • Examples – • Indians to Southeast Asia, to South Africa To Pacific Islands • Chinese to Caribbean, to U.S. and Hawaii • Japanese to Hawaii

  9. Cont. • Europeans – Australia, New Zealand and United States • most were not indentured servants • Farmers or factory workers

  10. Consequences • Conflicts between immigrants & locals