The Role Of Immigration In The 19th Century

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The international Historical patterns of the U.S on immigration is irrational from the growth of population. In the 17th and 18th century we had immigrants from Europe (90% were from Britain) and sub-Saharan Africa (Slave trade), this was the age of the slave trade and people needed supplies as well as food. In the 18th, century most immigrants were from Germany and Ireland due to push factors of their countries. In the 19th and 20th century, again, 90% were from Europe. In the 19th century most came from Europe and Asia, all for the "American Dream". In the early 20th century immigrants were from all over, Mexico, Canada, Germany, Austria, and Italy, and China was not due to the Chinese exclusion act. We need to restrict immigration due

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