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Immigration from 1820-1990
1776
17.90
1820-1840
1841-1860
1861-1880-
1881-1900
1901-1920
1921-1940
American independence was declared
popula
Immigration from 1820-1990
1776
17.90
1820-1840
1841-1860
1861-1880-
1881-1900
1901-1920
1921-1940
American independence was declared
popula

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Immigration from 1820-1990 1776 17.90 1820-1840 1841-1860 1861-1880- 1881-1900 1901-1920 1921-1940 American independence was declared population of just under four million people, about 10000 new settlers arriving each year The Industrial Revolution, which began in Great Britain in the 1700s, spreads to other parts of Europe in the early 1800s and, in combination with other factors, spurs emigration. U.S. Immigration begins to rise in the 1830s, with about 600000 newcomers arriving in this decade. Textile production is among the earliest to industrialize. Immigration soars, largely from German-speaking areas of Europe, Great Britain and Ireland. The Irish potato famine (1845-1849) and improvements in ocean transportation contribute to the mass migration. The Know-Nothings, a political party established in the 1850s, call for laws to stem immigration. The 1862 Homestead Act offers public land free to any citizen or immigrant who plans to become a citizen. Scandinavia, Austria-Hungary, Italy and Russia become important sources of immigration. Between 1864 and 1869, thousands of Chinese are bought to the U.S. to build the Central Pracific Railroad. The U.S. and China sign the 1869 Burlingame Treaty to protect this immigration. Italians, Greeks, Russians and East Europeans immigrate to the United States in large numbers. nese Exclusion Act of 1882 places a temporary ban on immigration from China, which is made permanent in 1902. This ban lifted during World War II. Ellis Island in New York Harbor opens in 1892 as receiving station for newly arrived...

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immigrants. Ellis Island immigration peaks in 1907. In a 1907 Gentlemen's Agreement" Japan's government agrees to prevent Japanese laborers from entering the U.S. A 1917 law bars most immigration from Asia and the Pacific, and creates literacy requirements for adult immigrants.. In 1921 Congress passes the first legislation restricting the number of immigrants on the basis of nationality. It limits the annual number of immigrants from a nation to not more than three percent of foreign-born persons from that nation living in the U.S. in 1910. Also, the total number of people allowed to enter the U.S. per year-from all areas outside the Western Hemishere is limited to 357803. In 1924 the Johnson-Reed. Immigration. Act creates nationality. quotas based on the 1920 U.S. census data. It reduces the total quota for immigration from outside the Western Hemisphere to 150000. The Great Depression of the 1930s and the beginning of World War II severely reduce immigration into the U.S. Immigration from 1820-1990 1941-1960 1961-1980 1981-1989 The War Brides Act of 1946 enables 120000 wives and children of American serivcemen to enter the U.S. as immigration. Under the Displaced Persons Act of 1948 and 1950, and the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, an addition 600000 people immigrate to the U.S. from Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia and Korea. Airliners begin making daily nonstop flights across Atlantic Ocean in the early 1950s. By the end of the decade, jet passenger planes revolutionize global travel. The McCarran-Walter Act of 1952, better known as the Immigration and Nationality Act, retains nationality-based quotas from immigration, but sets upquotas for previously excluded Asian nations. In 1965 President Lyndon B. Johnson signs into law an immigration act that modifies the McCarran-Walter Act, replacing the nationality based system with hemispheric ceilings. Immigration from India, Korea, the Philippines and other Asian nations soars. President Johnson designates Ellis Island a nation monument. The Refugee Act of 1980 provides for the admission of refugees ,,of special humanitarian concern to the U.S.". Immigration from Asia and Latin American increases, as does illegal immigration from a number of countries. In 1986, the Immigration Reform and Control Act gives many illegal aliens a chance to become legal residents. Approximately 1.7 million illegal aliens seek legal status by May 1989.