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If you look at the census of 1990 USA you will see the country of origin of some new generation of Americans and the year of immigration to the United States of America. These millions of you who came down from the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth in 1620 or other early migration will not find the dates of immigration in the 1900 census for your ancestors living in the 19th century that are of an entry if early New World.
One of my ancestors were indentured servant and the thirty-fifth signatory to the contract Mayflower. After he worked his contract further bilateral reciprocal, he returned to England twice in the affairs of conduct for the colony of Plymouth. Some think that indentured servants were slaves. They were not. My ancestor could not afford the passage on the Mayflower and he agreed to work for its passage during a period of years after arrival in the New World, he did. We all know that the pilgrims and puritans came to America to practice their religions and to gain financial independence. These brave souls were willing to risk their lives to achieve that goal and many died on the journey. The great migration After the proclamation of emancipation, the black slaves have desired to travel outside the Slavic states USA northern and western. However, there was little movement until the early 1900. In 1900 the increase in people of color statements of non-slave was only 2% increase that took place in 1863 for a total of 10%. But this was not an immigration to New World. This is called the great migration. The black immigration was involuntary because people of color were caught by merchants and slaves brought to the Americas in chains. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Migration_ (African_American)) Between 1790 and 1860 the slave population has become more than four million. The counties of origin were: Senegambia (Senegal-Gambia) 5.8% 3.4% Sierra Leone wind Coast (Cote d’Ivoire) 12.1% Gold Coast (Ghana) 14.4% deflection of Benin (Nigeria) 14.5% deflection of Biafra (Nigeria ) 25.1% Central and South Africa-east (Cameroun-n. The Angola) 24.7% homestead.com / wysinger / mapofafricadiaspora.html If you look at the 1900 census, you will see probably not a date for immigration a black citizen. They were already here at the beginning of the century. You might note that the date of birth to a citizen of 85 years in 1900 when the census was conducted would be 1805. While I had indexed the 1900 census so that it can quickly be sought by computer, I recorded only one person this old. If you are interested in indexing, go to my website and click above indexing above the homepage. You can also go directly to familysearchindexing.org Anyone can index and anybody can access the search functions for finding family in http://familysearch.org For a tutorial on migration to the America go to http://memory.loc.gov/learn/features/immig/alt/introduction4.html click above the interest group and you’re on your way. Being a brief summary follows: Native American Medical examinations and DNA evidence indicates that most Native Americans came to the bridge of the Americas by land to Asia several thousand years before the pilgrims have landed the rock of Plymouth. There were about 900,000 people speaking over 300 languages when pilgrims have stumbled ashore. English, Scottish, Irish were some of the first immigrants to the Americas. The financial difficulties have often led to the landing from the British Isles. Many have had little means and came as indentured servants. The group included many people educated and skilled. Some came for religious freedom. The famine Irish potato in the mid-eight hundred ten gave much to this country. When I look at the 1900 census, I found many such families. A family could have only two of eleven children and two alive were born in the USA. The other nine have been killed in the famine. German You find a lot of Germans on the 1900 census particularly the Dakota. They were at Jamestown. The Germans were diligent and skilled. Scandinavian Scandinavians rich came early in America for trade expansion. They were not the first Scandinavians to come to America. The first Scandinavians came many years before Columbus. They were the Vikings who came from the seventh century. Many Scandinavians came to the Americas in the eighteen hundreds because of political disputes and because they wanted religious freedom. Italian Well, you know who started all this. Christopher Columbus sailed the blue and landed in the U.S. in 1492. He was born in Genoa in 1451. The Italian immigrants came to America even before that Italy was a unified nation. They love the Irish and Germans tend to assemble together. I’m glad they’ve come because I love Italian food. Indeed it is eh-tal-ion, not eye-tal-ion. Remember just that Italians are eh-tal-y, not eye-tal-y. As Asian people of color, Asians have had a difficult time in the USA. For example, people in autumns twins here in Idaho did not like the Chinese and did not run out of town. They ran two brothers out of town who had opened a restaurant. They just returned again and started over. I’m glad they’ve done because I like Chinese food. When I enter a Chinese restaurant, I usually find several who do not speak English. I am not talking about Mexican immigrants that Chinese restaurants often frequent, I spoke of Chinese employees who inherit continually USA. The first Japanese did not come until late in the 19th century after “Admiral Perry; opened” The Japan. The first were agricultural workers in Hawaii. During World War II, many Japanese interred for the duration of the war. I was always afraid that my friend, Teruo Fujii, interred, but he escaped this fate. The old Japanese man who use to take coal along the railroad, left suddenly. The rumour was that it had tanks and trucks and artillery pieces which have continually moved around on trains headed for the Pacific Coast. Some children have said he had a radio on low-band (short wave). The Chinese workers were sustainable and have built our railroads. Many here in our region of Idaho have worked old mines along the Snake River to dig out a living. Cuban-Puerto Rican, and so on. This immigration continues. The Cubans are “cut”; USA and Puerto Ricans do you find attached. Of them come by any means they can gather, Puerto Ricans by the nozzle and Cubans on boats and homemade rafts. The Florida and New York benefit from this migration, however, not all that all seem to agree on this point. Russian, Polish, Jewish The political and economic upheaval led these people to America by many different routes. Some have held so far involved in the strike by bus to New York. This migration continues. Mexican They were already here when the Mayflower dropped anchor. Migration mormones in the mid-eight hundreds were in Mexican territory. These people always come on and cut my lawn each Saturday morning. Some obtain the Puerto Rican birth certificates or other false papers to avoid trouble with immigration. Ah, yes! They equip dairies and farms here in Idaho. It is amazing what you can learn about human experience by old historical records. For example, the 1900 census covers the period of civil war. I often wonder if a particular child, not living “; was killed in this war. Some believe that the study of old records is fun. Well, it is certainly educational.
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