Cards in this guide (20)
When did immigrants begin to come to America
Immigrants started to arrive in the 1840s mainly from Ireland.
Then in the late 19th century Europeans arrived.
What did Andrew Carnegie believe
The wealthy should repay their debt to society.
That the rich should help the poor
What are the indigenous nomadic ethnic community of Ireland
They are known as the travelling community.
What is a monopoly
A company that controls an entire industry
Which group wanted to stop immigration
Nativist groups wanted to restrict immigration.
What was one reason immigration from Mexico increased
Laws restricted immigrants from Asia.
Why did the railroad strike of 1877 come to an end
The strike had ended primarily due to federal government intervention, the use of state militias, and the employment of strikebreakers by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company.
What was the main goal of business managers
The main goals of business manager is to Plan, Implement and
General definition is to control the work place and produce more
How did the invention of the railroads help poorer immigrants from Eastern Europe get to the US
Railroads made it easier to get to seaports in western
what group of workers was most negatively affected by the increasing use of machines
Which of following would not have been an early goal of the knights of labor
If you leave your home due to an abusive government that is considered
According to nativists how did new immigrants hurt Americans
They drove up costs, spread "evil" ways and took away their jobs.
During the third wave of immigration how did private companies advertise to potential immigrants
That everyone was rich in America.
The promise of better jobs in the US would have been consider what
The Cargo Area Of A ship In Which poorer immigrants traveled Was Called
What was written on the base of the Statue of Liberty
Which of the following was not a reason that most members of immigrant families had to get jobes
The jobs available to them did not pay very much ~ Apex
Ask us of the following was not a reason that most members of immigrant families had to get jobs
Their right to vote was dependent on their jobs.
The promise of better jobs in the united states would have been considered a
The promise of better jobs in the united states would have been considered a pull factor.