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Immigration & The Growth of Cities

"Choose Your Own Adventure" Narrative Project
 
We are currently studying "Immigration and the Growth of Cities" in the late 1800s and early 1900s.  Here is a webpage with many different resources to further the study of this unit.  These can be useful for our project. There are also all of our handouts at the bottom of the page (including project description, research pages, and planning pages).
 
 
Research:
King Magnet Library Page - Databases
 
Digital History (scrolled Down the chapter entitled "The Huddled Masses")
 
History.com - United States Immigration Before 1965
 
The Library of Congress
 
Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930
 
Ellis Island Website
 
Holt's United States History (The Red Book), Chapter 20, Immigrants and Urban Life online textbook resources
Photo and Images:
Google Image Search (be VERY specific when using your search terms and document the website.  "Google" is NOT a proper citation for your image!
 
Picture History
 
NYPL Digital Gallery
 
The Library of Congress
Harvard Library Visual Information Access
 
Photos of Old America (New York City & San Francisco)
 
Jacob Riis Photographs (he was a famous photography of NYC slum life)
 
Using Microsoft Photo Story 3:
 
Online Tutorial
 
Download Photo Story at Home!
 
 
 
 Interesting Immigration-related Videos:
*Note - Videos may not work in school
 

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