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Thread: Aug 20 - US Immigration Before 1965

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    Aug 20 - US Immigration Before 1965

    Comment: US Immigration Before 1965

    The History Channel has an article on US Immigration Before 1965. The article contains numerous videos on Ellis Island to which forty percent of Americans can trace their ancestry.


    Between 1880 and 1920, a time of rapid industrialization and urbanization, America received more than 20 million immigrants. Beginning in the 1890s, the majority of arrivals were from Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. In that decade alone, some 600,000 Italians migrated to America, and by 1920 more than 4 million had entered the United States. Jews from Eastern Europe fleeing religious persecution also arrived in large numbers; over 2 million entered the United States between 1880 and 1920. The peak year for admission of new immigrants was 1907, when approximately 1.3 million people entered the country legally.


    A look at history of immigration in America shows the central place of immigration throughout history, and it also shows that the anti-immigrationist sentiment has ebbed and flowed over time. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com.













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    Historical immigration

    Your lead comment on the 20 million immigrants who legally entered the United States in the 40 year period from 1880 to 1920 appears to reflect back on the good old days of mass immigration to this country. However, a quick check of the DHS Yearbook of Immigration Statistics shows that over 21 million immigrants obtained permanent resident status in the 22 years between 1991 and 2012. For over 8 years in a row (2005-2012), we had over 1 million immigrants receive permanent resident status each year. With approximately one million new legal immigrants each year, our debate should be focused on how much more immigration is good for this country.

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