APUSH - AMSCO Chapter 9

APUSH - AMSCO Chapter 9 - MehmetBayram AMSCO9 April20,2007...

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Mehmet Bayram AMSCO 9 April 20, 2007 1. The answer is D. Native born Americans did not want immigrants coming and  working in America. They feared that the immigrants would take their jobs and  work for cheaper. Nativists were Protestant, so they worried that the arrival of  immigrants would affect the religion of them. http://are.as.wvu.edu/baker.htm 2. The answer is E. During the 1840’s, there was crop failures and famine in  Ireland. Most of the Irish immigrants were farmers and when they arrived in  America, they were not interested in farming. The Irish immigrants worked hard  at whatever they did. IT was a potato famine, there was many, but this was the  largest one, which made the move to the United States.  http://library.thinkquest.org/20619/Irish.html 3. The answer  is A. The union  had  an abundant supply of immigrants. Many  immigrants were coming from Ireland, where there had just been a huge crop 
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