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Immigration

Immigration

Immigration. With silent lips. "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!". Through the Golden Door.

By emily
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Immigration Day

Immigration Day

Immigration Day. EDU-580: Action Plan Kristin Harrison. “Immigrant Day”. Grade Level: Middle School Can be adapted for other ages Grade-wide project Subject Areas: Social Studies, Language Arts Time span: Approx. 13 days

By nuala
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“A Quilt of a Country”

“A Quilt of a Country”

“A Quilt of a Country”. By Anna Quindlen. Do Now:. How is America like a quilt? What do they have in common?. Notion. Definition: an idea or belief about something. Author’s Argument .

By dayton
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WHY STUDY HISTORY?

WHY STUDY HISTORY?

WHY STUDY HISTORY?. Because there is more to people than we think…. I am more than just…. …someone who likes chocolate,. …who likes to read ,. …and whose favorite band is Coldplay. I have a story. It begins in the Dominican Republic, where my Dad was born. …discovered by Columbus in 1492.

By mendel
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Shutting Out the Sky By: Deborah Hopkinson

Shutting Out the Sky By: Deborah Hopkinson

Shutting Out the Sky By: Deborah Hopkinson. Unit 1 Shutting Out the Sky Vocabulary Words. advice. advised. circumstances. elbow. hustled. immigrants. luxury. newcomer. peddler. Unit 1 Shutting Out the Sky Concept Vocabulary Words. Ellis Island. immigration. Registry Room.

By nowles
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SSUSH12: The student will analyze important consequences of American industrial growth.

SSUSH12: The student will analyze important consequences of American industrial growth.

SSUSH12: The student will analyze important consequences of American industrial growth. Essential Questions :. How did the shift of immigrant origins affect urban America? What role did Ellis Island play in immigration?

By ryder
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Issues Facing the US and the American response.

Issues Facing the US and the American response.

NAME. The Unit Organizer . 4. BIGGER PICTURE. DATE. Change can have positive and negative effects. NEXT UNIT. /Experience. LAST UNIT. /Experience. 2. 3. CURRENT UNIT. CURRENT UNIT. 1. 8. UNIT SCHEDULE. UNIT MAP. is about. 5. Issues Facing the US and the American response. 6.

By jalen
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Lesson 2 Slides

Lesson 2 Slides

Lesson 2 Slides. Welcome to Ellis Island!. Trachoma. Favus . Hospitals at Ellis Island. What will you do with those people who cannot enter? How did you arrive at your decision? . What decisions do you need to make now that you are allowed to leave Ellis Island and go to NYC?.

By kalani
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The New Immigrants

The New Immigrants

The New Immigrants. Chapter 7, Section 1. Reasons for Coming…. Promise of a better life Famine, land shortages, religious or political persecution. Europeans. Escape religious persecution (i.e. Jews) Rising population in Europe (double the U.S.) Independence. Chinese and Japanese.

By hailey
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Ellis Island

Ellis Island

Ellis Island. From Europe to “The Golden Door”. America’s Premier Immigration Station. 1890 – Federal Government establishes Bureau of Immigration & selects Ellis Island as site of new immigration station for port of New York 1892 – Ellis Island opens it doors January 1

By tori
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If your name was changed at Ellis Island

If your name was changed at Ellis Island

If your name was changed at Ellis Island. Facts from Ellen Levine. What was Ellis Island?. It was an immigration center located in New York Harbor. Millions of newcomers passed through its gates and were examined by doctors and legal inspectors. Before Ellis Island

By ostinmannual
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Immigrants in America

Immigrants in America

Immigrants in America. Millions of immigrants moved to the United States in the late 1800’s & early 1900’s. Immigration Stations.

By ostinmannual
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G RATITUDE

G RATITUDE

Week 11. Attitude Preparation Perseverance Respect Honesty Integrity Courage Appreciation Self-Control Empathy Gratitude Tolerance Duty Loyalty Responsibility Compassion Leadership Character. G RATITUDE. Acknowledging the role that others have played to help you succeed.

By content
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Immigration at Ellis island

Immigration at Ellis island

Immigration at Ellis island. By: Allie Ogden. Step 1: The passage. Escaping poverty and religious persecution Most came from Europe Crossing Atlantic took 1-2 weeks Ships divided by economic class. Step 2: Arrival. Saw Statue of Liberty Doctors boarded ship looking for diseases

By tryna
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Rudolph 		 Valentino

Rudolph Valentino

Rodolfo Alfonso Raffaello Pierre Filibert Guglielmi di Valentina D'Antonguolla . Rudolph Valentino. By Fernando Ortiz. Rudolph Valentino. 1895-1926 I immigrated to the United States in 1913. Castellaneta, Italy. Reasons. I was unemployed in Italy Looking for a better life.

By dionne
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-- 18 -- T HE G OLDEN D OOR

-- 18 -- T HE G OLDEN D OOR

-- 18 -- T HE G OLDEN D OOR. The unveiling of the Statue of Liberty. Immigrants sailing to America. Immigrant children being examined by a health officer at Ellis Island. The Cliff Dwellers – a painting that shows the slum conditions in which many immigrants lived.

By tambre
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Immigration in the United States 1870-1920

Immigration in the United States 1870-1920

Immigration in the United States 1870-1920. I. Angel Island A . Pacific Point of immigration B . Asian (mainly Chinese) C . San Francisco Bay. II. Ellis Island. A. N.Y. Harbor B. Atlantic Point of immigration C . Eastern European Immigrants. III. Voyage & Arrival.

By livvy
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The Great Wave of Immigration

The Great Wave of Immigration

The Great Wave of Immigration. Chapter 25 Pgs. 357 - 368. 25.1 Introduction. From 1880 to 1920, a huge wave of immigrants came to the US because of: Poverty Political violence Religious persecution Economic opportunities. 25.2 Immigration from around the Globe.

By matana
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The Great Wave of Immigration

The Great Wave of Immigration

The Great Wave of Immigration. Chapter 25 Pgs. 357 - 368. 25.1 Introduction. From 1880 to 1920, a huge __________ of ________________ came to the U.S. because of: __________________ Political ______________ ________________ persecution ________________ opportunities.

By caden
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Virtual Field Trip of Ellis Island

Virtual Field Trip of Ellis Island

Virtual Field Trip of Ellis Island . Heather Lawton 4 th Grade Ross Corners Elementary School . New York State Standards/ Themes and Objectives. Social Studies Standard 1 Themes Include: Events of American History, culture, and time, continuity and change Objectives:

By paxton
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