"Immigrant Life in America"
In this chapter you have read about the changing face of America's cities. Immigrants from "new" countries moved to the United States to escape persecution and economic hardships. Other immigrants were drawn to America by the promise of wealth and opportunity. Many of these new Americans, however, found poverty, hardship, and discrimination. In this activity you will take a closer look at the Angel Island Immigration Station in San Francisco Bay.
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Start at the Angel Island home page.
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