Immigrants During Industrial Revolution

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During Industrial Revolution many immigrants came to America in search of jobs in factories and a new lifestyle. Throughout history the amount of immigrants have influenced the growth of technology and effect the way factories develop. As immigrants came from their homeland in search of jobs and a new way to live they faced many hardships. With the difficulty of finding transportation to America, immigrants would pay to sail in different classes of boats similar to cargo ships. These boats would transfer hundreds of immigrants to America therefore leaving the boats extremely crowded and unsanitary. After the trip many were sick and were sent back to their hometown due to the illness and not being found fit to be an American. Ellis Island is
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