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  • Ellis Island Immigrants
    1,037 words
    You might wonder why someone would go through all the trouble to write an essay on immigration. (besides the fact this is an assignment in history) Much of what we say, eat, and even do is connected to something that an immigrant brought to this country years ago. Many of the dishes that we as Americans enjoy, such as pastas, burritos, or even some types of sausages were brought here by Italians, Mexicans, and Germans. Also much of our everyday language comes from other languages. This is why im...
  • Reason The New Immigrants
    633 words
    "Why did American nativist groups oppose free, unrestricted immigration in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries"? The Untied States of America is commonly labeled or thought of as the melting pot of the world where diverse groups of people flock to in order to better their current lives. In our countries history this has proven to primarily be our way of living and how the people as a nation view immigration. However, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries this open do...
  • Traditional Chinese Immigrant
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    American Dream -- -- Compare "Hester Street" and "Eat a Bowel of Tea " Many years ago, people have immigrated to a new world where they can hope for a more beautiful existence, for the wealth, for the freedoms, for the better opportunities and most importantly, for the American Dreams. As each new era of foreigners migrate to America, they face the obstacle of conforming to mainstream America. As "Hester Street" and "Eat a Bowl of Tea" portrayed, immigrants come to this land of opportunities wit...
  • New Immigrants For The Condition Of America
    761 words
    IMMIGRANTS AND THE UNITED STATES The Americans now are concerning about migration as well as the nation's economy. The concern is whether the immigrants will contribute to the prosperity of the America society or they just create more problems and difficulties for our society. People also worry about the budget that the nation has to provide for new immigrants. Do we, as a nation of immigrants, still have the capacity to absorb newcomers? Historian David Kennedy in his article "Can We Still Affo...
  • New Immigrants
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    America has always had a historic role as a haven for immigrants from all over the globe. For many reasons, many unrestricted immigrates were seeking a new life in the U. S in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Not everyone was happy with this, such as a group of people called the "nativists". The nativists were largely made up of American born Protestants who disliked the idea of immigration. They had many reasons for disliking the new immigrants, such as social disagreements, religi...
  • Largest Asian Immigrant Groups In New York
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    CULTURAL DIVERSITY AND IMMIGRATION When you think of New York you think of so many different people things. This is due to the fact that New York is build up of people from various cultural backgrounds. People immigrate from all parts of the world to the United States, but to them the land of opportunity is New York. This is due to the multi-cultural society New York consists of. People who immigrate from other countries to New York see it as a land of opportunity were they can earn more money a...

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