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Between 1800 and 1880, over 10 million immigrants from the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway came to the U.S.
From 1880 to 1910, a new group of immigrants came to America from Czech, Italy, Hungary, Greece, and Russia.
After the Chinese immigrants came and went for a short period of time, there were about 10,000 Japanese lived in the U.S. working on sugar plantations.
Russian Jews fled to the U.S. in search of freedom from religious persecution.
The U.S. government opened an immigration staion
Nativists were Americans who opposed immigration. They believed that new immigrants were a threat to society and the economy.
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