How did immigration affect America?
Immigration has had a major effect on the United States. Other than the Native Americans that were on the continent when Columbus arrived, everyone has immigrants in their history.
there are about 13 million
In the early nineteenth century, most of the immigrants to theUnited States came from Ireland and Germany. In the late nineteenthcentury, they came from many other countries, …including Italy,Greece, Poland, Russia, and Syria.
It made it harder
Immigrants affected America by causing it to become more diversified, and also causing a shortage of jobs at first.
How were the immigrants who moved to America in the late 1800's affected by Dr. Naismith's game of basketball?
omg i just want to know who famous moved to america?!
Anyone who cant speak English is not from here
In my opinion, immigration doesn't affect people because it's justnew people entering from other states. But in a way, it does affectsome people. It affects people because the… economy is gettingworse, there are fewer jobs, and it gets over populated.
My mom's parents are from Norway, and they both came for completely different reasons. On the higher note of the two, my grandmother came to see what America was like, for she… had some family in Washington (4th biggest location for Norwegian-Americans). But my father had had a very rough child hood, for his father had be killed during the war and left him very poor. His education wasn't good, but he came on a ship here. So, some Norwegians could come because they want to see America, or for the better life that they could have. Currently my grandfather is much happier.
Alot of Chinese names thru-out California due to the Chinese gold prospectors in 1849; China Camp, China Wall, etc. The railroad would've took alot longer to build, as only th…e Chinese men were willing to blast thru the granite mountains going thru Donner Pass in the Sierra Mountains. Very few men wanted to handle NITROGLYCERIN in those days!
Most lived in tenements, wooden apartments that were very unsafe and unsanitary. They worked at factories and got very little money. They pretty much had a horrible life
they meet people and they tell them that they should go to America because its great so they go and yeah they stay
They went to Angel Island.
It allowed for the creation of the country. In the 1900's, it provided the country with a larger workforce, cheap labor, and helped strengthen the Democratic base.
How did the nature of immigration to America change over time and how did this affect relations between new immigrants and people who were already in America?
The nature of immigration to America changed over time by pool