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History
Updated: 9/23/2020
History
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  • Why do people move?
  • Many immigrants come to a new country in search of a better life. They want good-paying jobs and opportunities for their children. Others have escaped wars, harsh governments, or natural disasters in their homeland. And in some cases, it's because they want to.
  • What does this remind me of that is going on in the US today? This reminds me of the people that are trying to immigrate to different places and why they are trying to do that. It also reminds me of what we are doing to help or hurt that. It also shows how our cultures have been affected by the spreading of cultures.
  • What resources did I find that I could use to make this connection?https://school.eb.com/levels/middle/article/immigration/399508ProQuest (Firm). SIRS Discoverer, ProQuest.
  • What are some pieces of evidence that I could use in my final product? The United States had been built by immigrants, starting with the first Europeans who moved onto Native American lands in the 1600s to create an economy.Immigration is the process of arriving in a non-native country with the purpose of residing there. Seeking to escape poverty or oppression in their homelands Major events often trigger increased immigration activity.The Colonists were sent to America to benefit the mother country.
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