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People are pieced together by their experiences The United States is like a person in that way Every single person who has lived in America has added his or her patch to the red white and blue quilt Each patch is a story Without one patch the entire quilt would be different The contributions to the quilt by the early immigrants are very important to the history of America The immigrants had drastic affects on the United States and the United States in return had extreme influences on the immigrants Immigration changed and continues to alter the United States in many ways By 1850 America was bombarded with immigrants from every corner of the world People trying to escape hardships in their home country looked to America as the answer With them they brought many things to add to America such as tradition religion but most of all a piece of their home Diversity was created and intolerance was born Not to say these things did not exist in the United States before the immigrants it did but it grew more vicious and spread like a plague throughout America The immigrants cause industrialization to become a major part of the US We needed workers and they needed work Industrialization skyrocketed in the United States due to the massive immigration rate With more and more workers pouring in towns became cities and cities became bigger cities Over population caused everything to decline in quality On the other hand America took its toll on the newcomers Everything was so fresh to them Different lifestyles beliefs opinions and the American way of this and that all were thrown at the immigrants Many tried to dodge these things and hold strong how they were raised to live and what to believe Others found it easier to mold to everything around them As time passed the things they thought to be
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