anonymous
  • anonymous
in the late 1800s the building of railroads in europe led to an increase in the us immigration from which of the following areas
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anonymous
  • anonymous
options?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Is one of them Ellis Island if there is then thats what it is
sandra_
  • sandra_
Western Europe?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
in the 1800s the us had two islands that acted like a check in for immigrants one of these islands was on the east side of the us it was called Ellis island almost 80% of the immigrants were Europe
anonymous
  • anonymous
On the west side was another island that did the same thing (i dont remember the name only this one had more Asia immigrants almost 90%
anonymous
  • anonymous
the rarely let any Asian in because they already had plenty because of the large amount of jobs before
anonymous
  • anonymous
I took this class last year XD
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh and Ellis island is now where the statue of liberty stands
anonymous
  • anonymous
you left this question open!! lol

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