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10 Cards in this Set

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Conditions that drive people from their homes.
Push factors
Conditions that attract immigrants to a new area.
Pull factors
Organized attacks on Jewish villages.
Pogroms
Airless rooms below the decks.
Steerage
Dedicated in 1886, this feature symbolized hope and freedom in the U.S.
Statue of Liberty
Process of holding on to older traditions while adapting to a new culture.
Acculturation
Sought to limmit immigration and preserve the country for native-born Protestans.
Nativists
In 1882, this law barred Chinese laborers from entering the country.
Chinese Exculsion Act
These are exaples of :
1. Scarce land
2. Farm jobs lost to new machines
3. Poverty and hard lives
Push factors
These are examples of:
1. Promise of freedom
2. Family or friends already settled in the U.S
3. Factory jobs available
Pull factors