a relative who was born long ago
a group of people born and living at about the same time
a system under which people have no freedom and are forced to work for no pay
someone who leaves one country and moves to another
Statue of Liberty
sign of freedom; greeted and seen by immigrants in the New York harbor; gift given to the U.S. by France
information recorded by a person who was actually there; they usually use I, Me or We when talking
recorded by a person who was not actually there; they usually refer to what was heard or read
A Russian American that helped invent television
Ellis Island and Angel Island
government centers for immigrants
Settled in the Eastern United States
Europeans and Irish immigrants
Settled in the Western United States
Chinese, Phillipines, Korean, Spanish and Central Americans
The jobs that Free Africans had
farmers, ministers, teachers, lawyers and worked in businesses
Why did people rush to California in 1848
Natural Resources of Brazil
the Amazon River, many beaches on the Coast, and good land for farming cattle
The first Europeans came to Brazil from this Country.
Slavery ended in Brazil
Slavery ended in the United States
Brazil's largest city; Italian and Japanese ancestors lived there
Launching center for satellites in Brazil near the equator
Types of Satellites Brazilian's use
Communication, Navigation and Weather
What German immigrants liked about Brazil?
Lived in the south because the climate reminded them of home
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