Migration and Immigration
Recognize the causes and examples of migration and immigration in early America (i.e., land, religion, money, pioneer spirit, indentured servitude, displacement, and slavery). 8.3.1
Links verified 5/24/2011
- Immigration - Coming to America - Interactive tour of Ellis Island, follow a boy through his journey to a new land.
- Migration - Why people move - lesson plan from National Geographic
- Migration to and in the U.S. - lesson plan from National Geographic
- Migration Information Source - offers useful tools, vital data, and essential facts on the movement of people worldwide
- Migration News - posted by the University of California - Davis
- Natives and Immigrants - Welcome to the Natives and Immigrants view of the Gold Rush. Follow the pathway of one of these cultures: As you move through the exhibitions, look for the Native and Immigrant labels at the top of the page to learn more about how these cultures experienced the Gold Rush
- On the Trail of an Immigrant - Learn facts and see photographs of migration of peoples.
- Thirteen Reasons Our Ancestors Migrated - Reasons for migration.
- Why People Migrate - Effect of Migration on Population Growth
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