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Immigrant Vocabulary

A large statue symbolizing hope and freedom on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. Statue of Liberty
Anti-foreign belief opposed to immigration Nativism
Law passed in the late 1800’s that made it illegal for Chinese immigrants to enter the United States. Chinese Exclusion Act
Movement of population from farms to cities. Urbanization
Run down overcrowded apartment buildings Tenements
Community center organized in the late 1800’s to offer services to the poor. Settlement House
A settlement house started by Jane Addams to help immigrants improve their lives after coming to the United States. Hull House:
Where people of the same ethnicity live Ghettos
Created by: lori_hall