S: Immigration 1800s by Chabely and Brittney
BC: IMMIGRATION IN THE 1800s
FC: Immigrant History By Brittney Goris & Chabely Valentin
1: Families arrived with little to no luggage and were most of the time separated.
2: Some children came to America without their parents. They were forced to work for a padrone. They work to pay off the debt they owe to the padrone for paying their fair to America.
4: Apprentice at a cotton mill
5: The children would get hired faster because they would work for less money and in harsh conditions.
6: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers
7: Doctors inspect the immigrants for any diseases, illnesses, and if they aren't able to provide for themselves.
8: Many lived with strangers and became friends. | They lived in a apartment
10: starting a new life was difficult but the religious freedom was worth it. They could also make new great family memories.
11: The trip to America was not easy for immigrants but they did it for family and a better life.
12: Bibliography 1.Dr. Davys. "America and the Immigration Roots." Victorynet. Web. 20 May 2012. 2.Lamberto, Emilia. "Victorian Women in the Late 1800s." EHow. Demand Media, 08 May 2011. Web. 20 May 2012.
13: .... 8.Your Immigrant Ancestor." Professional Genealogists in Utah. Web. 20 May 2012.