- What were two major influences in human migration in the U.S. during the 1800's (5 points)
- Name two places that had high numbers of immigration during the 1800's and why (5 points)
- Name two groups of people that migrated to the U.S. during the 1800's and where did they migrate to (5 points)
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Take a look at how American grew in size during the 1800's. As transportation improved, people began to spread out to different settlements across the US.
Human settlements vary in location, size, and function. Some of the main focuses of settlements are creating economic, transportation, communications, and government systems. Where cities are located usually has a great deal to do with both physical and human characteristics
Standard OH Grade 8, Social Studies Standard Geography 1 Compare places and regions in the United States as they existed prior to 1877 with the same places and regions today to analyze changes in land use and population, political, social and economic characteristics.
The word culture can often be used in reference to the practices and customs of a particular group of people. For example, art, religion, social customs, food, and language are all parts of culture. The United States has a very unique and diverse culture, and has often been called a "melting pot" because people from all around the world have migrated to the U.S. to live and work
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Standard OH Grade 8, Social Studies Standard People in Societies 6
Explain how the diverse peoples of the United States developed a common national identity.
Diversity has played an important part in the history of the United States. Even though there are many different types of people living in this country, not all of them have always been treated equally.
This could be seen clearly in the following events in US history...
OH Grade 8, Social Studies Standard People in Societies 2
Describe and explain the social, economic and political effects of: