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Here they come, straight from Southern and Eastern Europe Thomas Edison Film, 1903
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Four Basic Periods of Immigration. Crises occur within them when volume ethnic mix changed dramatically . -1 st Period: 1607—1760 Crisis: 1740-1760 -2 nd Period 1820—1890 Crisis 1840-1860 -3rd Period 1890—1921 Crisis 1900-1914 -4 th Period 1968— Crisis 1985--2008
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The Third Period: 1890 to 1915, 1919- 1921, and for Mexicans and Canadians …to 1930 A.The big shifts 1. Southern and Eastern Europe 2. Single males 3. Return migration A.Consequences of the new form 1. Calculating heart of young men: “dinero, dinero” 2. Low rates of assimilation 3. Slums, lack of English, nor citizenship 4. Triumph of Nativism
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On the European Side: 1. Population pressure and previous mobility: the look outside the village to the world 2. High wages in semi-skilled work: the lure 3. Organized railroad and steamship emigrant transportation
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THE THIRD WAVE 3a. 1890-1921: "Door is closing" a. Major: Poland, Russia, Italy
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