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chapter 24 immigratn

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what is a push factor for why the Italians came to america? Their was a lot of places in poverty. Over populated.
what was a pull factor for why Italians came to america? They wanted to earn money and get jobs.
what were Italians mostly discriminated for? They were mostly thought as gangsters.
what were the boat conditions for Italians? The boat conditions were that it was hot, unsanitary, smelly, no windows and many people.
what were some jobs Italians had? Italians jobs were building railroads, sewers, subways and roads.
what was the community for an Italian like? Italians lived in small Italian neighborhoods called "Little Italy." Also, they didn't go to school very often.
what is a push factor for why Jews cam to America? Russia would discriminate them because of their religion.
what is a pull factor for the Jews? America had free religion.
what were the boat conditions for Jews? Most Jews had to stay in the lower level and they would play music.
what were some jobs that Jews had? Jews would work mostly in shops.
what were Jews discriminated for? Jews were discriminated because of their religion and some Americans had only Christian country clubs only.
what was the community of a Jew like? They lived in Jewish neighborhoods.
what is a push factor for the Chinese? NA.
what was a pull factor for the Chinese? Gold Rush.
what were the conditions on the boat like? They traveled by steam-ship. They arrived at San Francisco bay.
what were some of the jobs for the Chinese? They worked at laundry stores, restaurants and shops.
what were Chinese discriminated for? The government created a anti-citizen law for Chinese. Less payed than whites. People were racist.
what is a push factor for why the Italians came to america? Their was a lot of places in poverty. Over populated.
what was a pull factor for why Italians came to america? They wanted to earn money and get jobs.
what were Italians mostly discriminated for? They were mostly thought as gangsters.
what were the boat conditions for Italians? The boat conditions were that it was hot, unsanitary, smelly, no windows and many people.
what were some jobs Italians had? Italians jobs were building railroads, sewers, subways and roads.
what was the community for an Italian like? Italians lived in small Italian neighborhoods called "Little Italy." Also, they didn't go to school very often.
what is a push factor for why Jews cam to America? Russia would discriminate them because of their religion.
what is a pull factor for the Jews? America had free religion.
what were the boat conditions for Jews? Most Jews had to stay in the lower level and they would play music.
what were some jobs that Jews had? Jews would work mostly in shops.
what were Jews discriminated for? Jews were discriminated because of their religion and some Americans had only Christian country clubs only.
what was the community of a Jew like? They lived in Jewish neighborhoods.
what is a push factor for the Chinese? NA.
what was a pull factor for the Chinese? Gold Rush.
what were the conditions on the boat like? They traveled by steam-ship. They arrived at San Francisco bay.
what were some of the jobs for the Chinese? They worked at laundry stores, restaurants and shops.
what were Chinese discriminated for? The government created a anti-citizen law for Chinese. Less payed than whites. People were racist.
what was the community of a Chinese person like? They lived in Chinese neighborhoods and read Chinese newspapers.
what was a push factor for Mexicans? Civil War in Mexico. So many revolutions.
what was a pull factor for Mexicans? Peace in U.S and jobs.
what were some conditions traveling to the U.S? Would walk 100 miles and Carried stuff on backs.
what were some jobs that Mexicans had? They worked on railroads, factories and farms.
how were Mexicans discriminated? Minimal pay, racist and some schools taught kids to "boss" around Mexicans.
what was the community of a Mexican person like? Lived in Camps and lived in Mexican neighborhoods.
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