Immigration to America
Rapid industrial development increased immigration. Many jobs needed workers as a result of the demand of many products. This sparked interest to many foreigners. This caused many to immigrate to the United States. Discovering Our Past A History Of The United States says, "The second largest group of immigrants in the United States between 1820 and 1860 came from Germany. Some sought work and opportunity." Most immigrants came from European countries.
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