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Chapter 5

U.S History

Americanization belief that bringing immigrants into America would make them loyal citizens
Urbanization the number of cities and people living in them rose drastically
Chinese Exclusion Act 1882 law, that forbids the Chinese laborers to immigrate
Suburbs housing in the cleaner, more private area of town
Nativiism belief that native born white Americans are of higher power to new people
Skyscraper 10 story, tall, steel frame designed to appear larger than actual
Mass Transit reshaped nations cities by carrying a lot of people with expensive public services
Angles Island in 1910, San Francisco Bay, an immigration station
Conspicuous Consumerism people bought new products from the markets
New Immigrant a great wave of southern and eastern Europeans arrived in the United States between 1880-1920
Gilded Age last decades of the 19th century
Steerage 3rd class accommodations overcrowded and dirty
Mass Culture phenomenon
Vaudeville medley of musical drama, songs, and off-color comedy shows
Rual-to-urban-immigrant move cities in the 1890's
Tenements housing designed to cram loads of families at a law cost
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