Ethnic Groups And Discrimination

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American History

 

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Angelica T

 

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January 29, 2014

 

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University

 

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The immediate after-effects of The Famine continued. Some two million refugees are attributed to the Great Hunger, and much of people emigrated to Great Britan, the United States, Canada, and Australia. Large numbers of immigrants moved to New England mill towns, where Protestant owners of textile mills welcomed the new workers...
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They took the jobs previously held by Yankee Protestant women known as Lowell girls. A large fraction of Irish women took jobs as maids in middle class households and hotels. The main business enterprises were taverns and construction. Large numbers of unemployed Irish lived in squalid conditions in the new city slums...
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