11-3 HIST - Immigration Pull and Push Factors Problems upon...

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Unformatted text preview: Immigration Pull and Push Factors Problems upon arrival I rish Circumstances of immigration Anti-I rish attitudes I rish attitudes start to get better when they start not liking the blacks Democratic Partys appeal Because of Jackson, most immigrants really liked the ideology of the democrats. Germans (next largest group) Different in terms of religion (jews) Theyre more pull factors, cause of lack of war, so they come over here with capital and are more buy savvy Others British A lot of people are trying to get these people cause of there mechanical etc skills Scandinavians 4 th largest (cause of Wisconsin and Minnesota people, is why it looks that way). Usually vote Republican/Whig Chinese West coast United States, people pretty much just coming over as economic people. And work similar jobs as I rishman. Nativism Evangelical Protestantism Revivals ~1830s, 2 nd Great Awakening, and basically Christ is love, and a lot different than the 1 st , and big anti-Catholicism push. Basically they dont like the Catholics and the way they organize their church. Catholics Unsuccessful Democracies! (cause of Euro example) ~1844 I rish/Protestant Riots, and early 1840s some burning (cause of crazy nuns) Fears of authoritarianism Incidents Fears of radicalism Some odd economic theories, radical policital views Native American associations (native born Americans) Immigration Talk about how were supposed to restrict this stuff (mainly National Republicans) Naturalization...
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