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Trans-Siberian Railway increased migration to the east. International Migration – Movement across country borders (implying a degree of permanence). Historic US Migration. Westward to the frontier. Black migration to northern cities in WWI and WWII period

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International Migration –

Movement across country borders (implying a degree of permanence).

historic us migration
Historic US Migration
  • Westward to the frontier.
  • Black migration to northern cities in WWI and WWII period
  • 1950s, 60s Cubans to Florida from Castro’s Cuba
  • In recent decades the migration from the Rust belt to the Sunbelt took place.
  • Some blacks returned to the South
waves of immigration us 1820 2001
Waves of Immigration-US 1820-2001

Changing immigration laws, and changing push and pull factors create waves of immigration.

guest workers
Guest Workers
  • Guest workers – migrants whom a country allows in to fill a labor need, assuming the workers will go “home” once the labor need subsides.

- have short term work visas

- send remittances to home country

- France-many from Algeria

- Germany-many from Turkey, Eastern Europe

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Guest workers
  • Create a National Geographic Account
  • Search Guest Workers and choose the “Far from Home article”
  • Create a three column chart and take notes while you read…
  • As you read answer your questions
writing assignment
Writing Assignment
  • What are the pros & cons to being a guest worker? How does it change/shape communities? Overall what would you recommend to someone facing the decision to be a guest worker? (Use evidence from the article)