(11) The New Immigration

(11) The New Immigration - The New Immigration Eastern and...

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The “New Immigration” Eastern and Southern European Immigration, 1880-1924
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Lecture outline Old versus New Immigration Push and Pull Factors, 1880-1924 A Nativist Crescendo Closing the door
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Old Immigrants 1800-1880 Usually from NW Europe British Isles Germany France Stereotypes Light skinned Fair haired Protestant Skilled/semi-skilled
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New Immigrants 1880-1924 New forms of travel Usually from South/East Europe Russia Italy Poland Stereotypes Darker skinned Dark haired Catholic/Jewish Unskilled
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Italian immigration: Push factors National unification, 1861 Population growth Deforestation Malarial conditions Crop troubles Olive fly Phylloxera
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Eastern European Push Factors Czarist Russia Jewish scapegoats Restricted to the “Pale” Shtetls Pogroms
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The New Immigration: Pull factors Land?
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course AMH AMH 2097 taught by Professor Christophergriffen during the Spring '09 term at FSU.

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