Because of the Irish Potato Famine between 1845 and 1852.
In the mid 1800s, many immigrants were Irish and German. While many of them were looking for new job opportunities, many were also trying to escape persecution.
many worked in canals, railroads and roads
ireland was surfering from famine.
In 1922 many Irish people came to Britain as immigrants.
To avoid war and famineMany immigrants came to the United Sataes in the 1830s to 1920s for many reasons. One of them was The Political Unrest in Germany. Another was the Irish famines in 1845 and 1880. Also, in 1880, Germany had a Military Draft that many Germans were mad about. There was a HUGE amount of immigrants from everywhere in 1908 when the U.S. had an industrial Expansion. These are only a few reaons why immigrants came to the U.S. in the 1800s.
In the early 1800s, many immigrants came from Ireland
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1840 also there were many german immigrants that came about that time
There was about 500,000 Irish immigrants in 1900
Many in the history of the US. Andrew Jackson's parents were Irish immigrants. Much of the United States was settled by Irish and Scottish immigrants.
During the 1800s many Americans and immigrants migrated westward in search of more and better farmland.
Many European immigrants came to the USA to own a farm or house and live without strict laws. Hope this helped!
Germany, and Ireland had many immigrants.
Because of their religion
The Irish potato blight receded in 1850, the effects of the famine continued to spur Irish emigration into the 20th century. Still facing poverty and disease, the Irish set out for America where they reunited with relatives who had fled at the height of the famine.
Irish immigrants are going to Ireland, Irish emigrants are going to many places including America, Australia, Britain and Canada.
For religious freedom and new opportunities for other people
There were 18,000 Irish immigrants that came to America.
Immigrants in the late 1800s were often not treated very well. Many were made to work long, hard hours in exchange for minimal pay, but they continued to come to America because it promised a brighter future for them than their homelands.
The famine in Ireland had started, so many people left the country. Some went to America.
They were poor english, scotts, irish, welsh, and spanish. The colony also was home to many prisoners
Immigrants were considered second-class citizens for their poverty. Irish, German and Chinese immigrants were treated harshly and many were denied work. They were looked down upon because of their culture. Although America boasted being a "land of the free", poor immigrants had little employment opportunities.