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An English-Chinese Phrasebook (Short Version)

This phrase book was published in 1875 and distributed at Wells Fargo bank offices throughout the West, in cities and towns where Chinese immigrants lived and worked. Modeled on the traditional Chinese method of memorizing and reciting [...]

Immigrants by the Numbers MS/HS worksheets

These worksheets are designed for middle school and high school students to complete the activity "Immigrants by the Numbers." The teacher should print out and cut apart enough immigrant identity cards for each student in the class and randomly [...]

Immigrants by the Numbers Elementary worksheets

These worksheets are designed for elementary students to use in the activity "Immigrants by the Numbers". For the teacher's convenience, a key is provided.

Graph of Immigration and Business Conditions, 1880-1910

This chart compares the growth of the U.S. industrial economy with the arrival of immigrants. Coal was important to the growth of the economy because coal-powered factories produced other important industrial goods like steel (and steel output of [...]

Americans All! Victory Liberty Loan

During World War I, the U.S. government needed to raise money to pay for the soldiers, tanks, airplanes, and other equipment it needed to fight the war. To do this, it sold war bonds, which citizens could buy and then be paid back after the war. [...]

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A Boston Union Urges Immigration Restriction

In 1896 Congress passed a bill which would require all immigrants to be able to read at least 40 words in any language in order to enter the country. The bill was supported by the Immigration Restriction League. They worried that the increasing [...]

A Doctor Decries the Public Health Danger of Immigrants (with text supports)

Starting in the 1890s, many Americans feared that the arrival of large numbers of immigrants from countries in Eastern and Southern Europe was bad for society. They claimed that immigrants could not easily assimilate, or fit in, and that they were [...]

A Boston Union Urges Immigration Restriction (with text supports)

In 1896 Congress passed a bill which would require all immigrants to be able to read at least 40 words in any language in order to enter the country. The bill was supported by the Immigration Restriction League. They worried that the increasing [...]

A Country within a Country gallery walk worksheet

This worksheet is used by students to gather evidence from a gallery walk in the activity A Country within a Country

Reading Historical Fiction: The Journal of Sean Sullivan: A Transcontinental Railroad Worker

In this activity, students are guided through a close reading of The Journal of Sean Sullivan: A Transcontinental Railroad Worker, a fictional book for young readers based on historical sources. Students will read a short excerpt from the beginning [...]

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