Título: New Industries, New Jobs: British Immigrants...
Editorial: Rosen Publishing Group
Condición del libro: Fine
Each book in Primary Sources of Immigration and Migration in America paints a vivid picture for students of the varied histories of the people that make up the United States of America. These books take a unique approach on telling the history of the United States from the global perspective of the different immigrant groups that came here. What events were the catalysis for them to come? What impact did they have on the events that were unfolding in America once they got here? All of these questions and more will be answered through primary source imagery, documents, and clear, engaging text. After the Industrial Revolution in Britain, jobs were scarce and living conditions were poor. In contrast, the Industrial Revolution in America created new opportunities and many new jobs. Record numbers of British left their homes between 1830 and 1890 to start a new life in America. Life was not easy once they arrived, but these people worked hard in textile milk, factories, and countless other new jobs.
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