Life in America: Comparing Immigrant Experiences

Life in America Comparing Immigrant Experiences Immigrant groups were not treated equally when they arrived in America Some were loved and welcomed Others were hated and cast aside Compare and contrast immigrant experiences and how those experience

  • Title: Life in America: Comparing Immigrant Experiences
  • Author: Brynn Baker
  • ISBN: 9781491441282
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Immigrant groups were not treated equally when they arrived in America Some were loved and welcomed Others were hated and cast aside Compare and contrast immigrant experiences and how those experiences changed the United States Meets Common Core standards for comparing accounts of an event.

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    1. Focusing primarily on immigration in the early 1900s, this book highlights the different experiences immigrants from various countries had. Depending on where they settled, they might find an area similar to their homeland or quite different. It's intriguing to trace where these immigrants relocated as well as their reasons for moving to the United States. Although the book touches only briefly on any of the nations of origin or these experiences, it is clear from the text and the back matter th [...]

    2. VERY informative book that breaks down immigrants by their country of origin and where they settled in America. I learned A LOT from this book. I cannot wait to booktalk it.

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