Gilded Age Immigrants

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Gilded Age Immigrants
During the Gilded Age “New” Immigrants came and were worse at integrating than the Old Immigrants. New Immigrants which hailed places like Greece, Mexico, and China. New Immigrants that didn’t speak English and didn’t share the same customs. How racist was the gilded age? In the gilded age there were 3 branches of hardships Immigrants faced were in social, economic and political.

There were many social problems for Immigrants. Immigrants lived in Ghettos. Ghettos are places that Immigrants created to live with their race, and culture. A famous example of a ghetto from this time would be Chinatown. Many immigrants were settlement workers. Mostly Chinese were settlement workers for oil industries. People were mad

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