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Immigration, Urbanization, and the Gilded Age Notes (3)

Name____________________________________2A and 7A

Directions: Read the following sections in your textbook and complete the Observation/Inference chart.

IMMIGRATION

Observations

Inferences

Through the “Golden Door”

Pages 460-463 (Blue and Red)

  1. Why did Europeans come to America?



  1. Why did Asians come to America?



  1. Why did people immigrate to America from the West Indies and Mexico?






  1. Whether from Asia, Europe, or the West Indies, what did all immigrants seem to have in common?



Life in the New Land

Pages 463-465 (Blue and Red)

  1. What made the trip to America so difficult?




  1. Why was a new life in America not so easy for immigrants?


  1. With what other types of people did immigrants choose to live with?


  1. What sorts of problems did immigrants have with native born Americans?



  1. How was immigration of the 19th century both the same and different to immigration today?



Immigration Restrictions: The Rise of Nativism

Page 464

  1. What is a melting pot?


  1. How did native born Americans see the melting pot differently than immigrants?




  1. Define nativism.


  1. Is nativism still practiced today? In what ways might we see it in local communities?




URBANIZATION

Urban Opportunities

Pages 468-469 (Blue and Red)

  1. Why did immigrants choose to live in cities?


  1. How did schools and the government contribute to “Americanization?”



  1. Why did people migrate from the country to the city?



  1. How do problems cities like Chicago face today compare and contrast with those of the 19th century?




Urban Problems

Pages 470-471 (Blue and Red)

  1. What problems took place in cities?


  1. How do the problems of 19th century cities compare and contrast to problems in the cities such as Chicago today?




THE GILDED AGE

The Emergence of Political Machines

Page 473-474 (Blue and Red)

  1. What is a political machine?


  1. What is a political boss?




  1. How and why did immigrants become involved in the political machine?


  1. How could a political machine adversely affect a city or community?




Municipal Graft and Scandal: Election Fraud and Graft

Page 475 (Red)

  1. What is political graft?




  1. In what ways were cities divided politically and economically?


Immigration, Urbanization, and the Gilded Age Notes (2)

Name____________________________________2A and 7A

Directions: Read the following sections in your textbook and complete the Observation/Inference chart.

IMMIGRATION

Observations

Inferences

Through the “Golden Door”

Pages 460-463 (Blue and Red)

  1. What different ethnic groups immigrated to America in the 19th century?


  1. Why did they decide to immigrate to America?





  1. Whether from Asia, Europe, or the West Indies, what did all immigrants seem to have in common?



Life in the New Land

Pages 463-465 (Blue and Red)

  1. What was the journey on the boat like to America?



  1. Why was a new life in America difficult for immigrants?



  1. Why did immigrants decide to live in neighborhoods with people from their same ethnicity?



  1. What sorts of problems did immigrants have with native born Americans?



  1. How was immigration of the 19th century both the same and different to immigration today?



Immigration Restrictions: The Rise of Nativism

Page 464

  1. What is a melting pot?




  1. Define nativism.



  1. Is nativism still practiced today? In what ways might we see it in local communities?




URBANIZATION

Urban Opportunities

Pages 468-469 (Blue and Red)

  1. Why did immigrants choose to live in cities?


  1. How did schools and the government help immigrants become more familiar with the American way of life?



  1. Why did people from the country move to the city?


  1. Do we still see some of these same problems in Chicago?




Urban Problems

Pages 470-471 (Blue and Red)

  1. What problems took place in cities?


  1. Do we still see these same problems in Chicago today? Explain.


THE GILDED AGE

The Emergence of Political Machines

Page 473-474 (Blue and Red)

  1. What is a political machine?




  1. How could a political machine adversely affect a city or community?




Municipal Graft and Scandal: Election Fraud and Graft

Page 475 (Red)

  1. What is political graft?



  1. In what ways were cities divided politically and economically?



Immigration, Urbanization, and the Gilded Age Notes (1)

Name____________________________________2A and 7A

Directions: Read the following sections in your textbook and complete the Observation/Inference chart.

IMMIGRATION

Observations

Inferences

Through the “Golden Door”

Pages 460-463 (Blue and Red)

  1. What different ethnic groups immigrated to America in the 19th century?


  1. Why did they decide to immigrate to America?





  1. Whether from Asia, Europe, or the West Indies, what did all immigrants seem to have in common?



Life in the New Land

Pages 463-465 (Blue and Red)




  1. Why was a new life in America difficult for immigrants?


  1. Why did immigrants decide to live in neighborhoods with people from their same ethnicity?


  1. In what ways is immigration from the past similar and different to immigration today?



Immigration Restrictions: The Rise of Nativism

Page 464

  1. What is a melting pot?


  1. Define nativism.


  1. Is nativism still practiced today? How do you know?




URBANIZATION

Urban Opportunities

Pages 468-469 (Blue and Red)

  1. Why did immigrants choose to live in cities?


  1. How did schools and the government help immigrants become more familiar with the American way of life?



  1. Why did people from the country move to the city?


  1. Do we still see some of these same problems today in cities like Chicago? Explain.




Urban Problems

Pages 470-471 (Blue and Red)

  1. What problems took place in cities?


  1. Do we still see these same problems in Chicago today? In what ways?


THE GILDED AGE

The Emergence of Political Machines

Page 473-474 (Blue and Red)

  1. What is a political machine?




  1. How could a political machine cause problems for a city or community?




Municipal Graft and Scandal: Election Fraud and Graft

Page 475 (Red)

  1. What is political graft?




  1. How were people divided by social class and economic class?




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