OpenStudy (anonymous):

what did navists fear immigrants would do in the 1890s

3 years ago
OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

turn into vombies and eat them

3 years ago
OpenStudy (praetorian.10):

jks The immigrants had to go through immigration stations such as Ellis Island and Angel Island. Where they were checked for disease, and had to go through a government inspector to see if they met the legal requirements for entering the United states. Which included proving they had never been convited of a felony, demonstrating that they were able to work, and showing that they had some money. Some immigrants would be held for days, months, and even some up to a year for inspection.

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