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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 is a push factor

reasons people would leave a place

What is cronyism

when an elected official gives good jobs to his friends apex

What country made a gentlemens agreement with the US

Japan

When immigrants stayed in neighborhoods with other people from the same country. what was the neighborhood called

Ethnic enclave

What happened as a result of anti-Chinese legislation

Mexican immigrants came into the country.

Navists were prejudiced against

Navists were prejudice against immigrants

Which groups pooled money together to provide help to new immigrants

Benevolent associations pooled money together to provide help to new immigrants.

Why did white collar workers have more time off than blue collar workers

White collar workers were more likely to be longer term employees with seniority and accrued benefits vs. hourly/labor employees receiving no such vacation from the union hall.

When was William Magear 'Boss' Tweed born

William Magear 'Boss' Tweed was born on April 3, 1823.

Which would have been considered a pull factor to get people to immigrate to the US

More personal freedom in the United States

The third wave of immigrants came mostly from where

Eastern and southeastern Europe

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.

What form of media nativists use to turn public opinion against newer immigrants

Political cartoons

The increased assimilation of immigrants would have been opposed by which group

Nativists

The Cargo Area Of A ship In Which poorer immigrants traveled Was Called

Steerage

Because trains allowed people to commute work what started to grow

The suburbs began to grow when trains allowed people to commute from work to home.

When Riis wrote kicks and cuffs are their daily diet. They have little else. What was he describing

When Jacob Riis wrote "kicks and cuffs are their daily diet. They have little else." he was referring to the lamentable daily hardship of the street children.

which of these is an example of government corruption

its :Cronyism: your welcome (;

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