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The main goal of the Americanization movement was to..... assimilate people of various cultures into the dominant culture
Which one is not a reason why immigrants left their home country? Vacation
The Stalwarts were strong supporters of..... patronage and graft
The Pendleton Civil Service Act required...... applicants for government jobs to pass examinations
This president was a strong supporter of civil-service reform. Although he did not succeed in getting Congress to go along with his plans for reform, he was able to clean up the nation's customhouses. Rutherford B. Hayes
Tammany Hall was the name of....... a New York City political machine
New immigrants arriving on the East Coast gained admission at Angel Island. 'False'
Many city dwellers crowded into multifamily, often unsanitary, settlement houses. 'False
Which of the following is true of the Gentlemen's Agreement? It decreased Japanese immigration
What was the original purpose of the row house? to provide single-family homes for working-class families
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