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US History Unit 7

Urban America 1865-1896

Nativism disliking of immigrants by native-born peoples
Chinese Exclusion Act not allowing to immigrate 1882-1943
Why did immigrants move to America? better life, better jobs, political freedoms, religions freedoms, "American Dream"
Where did immigrants enter America? Ellis or Angel island
Why did American cities grow? immigrants tended to remain in cities, more better paying jobs, running water, lights, plumbing
Skyscraper made of steel, built up not out-land costs increased
Mass Transit move people more efficiently-cable cars, electric trolley cars
Created by: Mrs.Ingerick