AmCiv - New Immigration

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AmCiv - New Immigration
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2012-02-29 22:50:50
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  1. 1600
    The coming of the (1) English Puritans
  2. 1630 (not specific; don't write)
    The coming of the (2) English Cavaliers
  3. 1660 (not specific; don't write)
    The coming of the (3) English Nonconformists
  4. 1690 (not specific; don't write)
    The coming of the (4) Scots
  5. Who came to America between 1600-1700? Under what category do they fall?
    The English Puritans, the English Cavaliers, the English Nonconformists, and the Scots. They were all WASP (white anglo saxon protestant).
  6. 1845
    The coming of the (5) Irish, partly due to the Great Famine hitting Ireland in 1845.
  7. 1861-1865
    American Civil War
  8. Under what category do those who immigrate to US between 1600-1845 fall?
    British islanders & English-speaking people
  9. 1880-1890
    • The "New Immigration"
    • The coming of the (6) Continental Europeans (greatest of all in number): Italians, Poles, Greeks, Slavs, Hungarians, and many other. These people were fleeing the centralization of Europe and the rise of modern nations there.
  10. From 1865 onward
    After Civil War, we witness the advent of non-British islanders and non-English speakers in a great number to the US.
  11. Immigration to US: 1815-1861
    5 million
  12. Immigration to US: 1865-1890
    10 million
  13. Immigration to US: 1890-1914
    15 million
  14. US Population: 1861-1865
    30 million
  15. US Population: 1865-1880
    40 million
  16. US Population: 1880-1890
    50 million
  17. US Population: 1890-1900
    60 million
  18. US Population: 1900-1920
    75 million
  19. US Population: 1920 (after WWI)
    100 million
  20. List of years in the timeline:
    • 1600
    • 1700
    • 1800
    • 1861
    • 1865
    • 1880
    • 1890
    • 1900
    • 1920

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