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US - New Immigrants

Study Guide for Chapter 17-1 (The New Immigrants)

QuestionAnswer
to leave one’s homeland to live somewhere else Emigrate
minorities that spoke different languages or followed different customs from those of most of the people in a country Ethnic Group
cramped and noisy quarters on the lower decks of ships where the immigrants who could only afford the cheapest tickets traveled Steerage
dark, crowded workshops where many immigrants, including women and children worked making clothing. The work was repetitious and hazardous with low pay for long hours Sweatshop
to become part of the American culture Assimilate
people who opposed immigration Nativist
Created by: ColbyHistory