THE NEW CITIES III

THE NEW CITIES III - THENEWCITIESIII

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THE NEW CITIES III As a result of the growth of a national economy- driven by dreams of settling the  continent. New cities grew and expanded. Immigration starts in 1890’s People moving to new cities, like Chicago, St. Louis, New York (cause rise of  national economy) after 1880’s Europe immigration popular, also Ireland and Germany Because Europe was over populated In the 1914 with out break of WWI immigration declined Immigration  Low paying jobs Over population from Europe Decline of craft industries/ developed workers Blacks start to head North towards cities Slow before WWI, picks up after because demand for labor as immigration  decline Don’t have as many networking abilities making it hard to secure jobs Few came back to south started in upper south than deeper south Escape from violence Northern Cities Before WWI, interracial settlement After WWI, segregation hardens
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How immigrants settled Networking Lived with people of the same ethnicity Hard living conditions Child morality rates high Irish and Jews stayed (bc deprecation and political persecution) Italians left after they made their money they went back to Italy Tuttle: Harrisons Bombings at house (2) Austin’s realtor believed in equality  Receiving letters in the mail anonymous to move out
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