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    Chinese Immigration to the United States in the 1800s Early Chinese Immigration In the early 1850s, thousands of Chinese traveled east across the Pacific Ocean to the ...

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    1. Chinese Exclusion Act: In 1882 Congress banned Chinese immigrants into the US for 10 years Chinese immigrants who were already here could not become

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    Immigrants in the 1800s? •Why did people come to the United States during this time period? Nativism •Extreme dislike of immigrants by native-born people

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  • Immigrants in Wisconsin in the 1800’s

    Becoming Welcoming Communities - Wisconsin Council of Churches- Session 1 Handout Immigrants in Wisconsin in the 1800’s The first quarter of the nineteenth …

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    mid 1800s? Immigrants brought with them cultural, societal, and religious beliefs, which at times conflicted with prevailing American traditions.

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  • The New Immigrants - Wikispaces

    The New Immigrants In the early 1800s, most immigrants were Protestants from northern and western Europe. Many spoke English and had experience in democracy.

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