Flach Cards Collections

CIVICS Test

What is the supreme law of the land?, What does the Constitution do?, The idea of self-government is in the first three words of the Constitution. What are these words?, What is an amendment?, What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?, What is one right or freedom from the First Amendment?*, How many amendments does the Constitution have?, What did the Declaration of Independence do?, What are two rights in the Declaration of Independence?, What is freedom of religion?, What is the economic system in the United States?, What is the “rule of law”?, Name one branch or part of the government, What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful?, Who is in charge of the executive branch?

2020-04-07 • 100 Cards

Igor Immigration

Assimilation, Asylum, Deportation, Diversity, Emigration, Ethnicity, Green Card, Immigrant, Immigration, Migration, Nativism, Naturalization, Passport, Persecution, Pluralism

2011-04-28 • 19 Cards

Immigration forms

DS-2019, DSP-150, I-129, I-130, I-20 A-B, I-200, I-205, I-265, I-275, I-286, I-551, I-551 (Optical), I-765, I-797, I-826

2011-04-28 • 19 Cards

L'immigration (i)

emigrer, immigrer, L'asile, L'hexagone, L'immigre, l'insertion, la frontiere, Le "pied noir", le beur, le bidonville, le demande urd'asile, le diversite, le ghetto, Le maghrebin, le patrimonie

2011-04-28 • 21 Cards

Chapter 7 Immigration and Urbanization Mr. Veltri

Americanization Movement:, Angel Island:, Chinese Exclusion Act:, Civil Service:, Ellis Island:, Gentleman's Agreement:, Graft:, Jane Addams:, Mass Transit:, Melting Pot:, Nativisim:, Patronage:, Pendelton Civil Service Act:, Political Machine:, President Benjamin Harrison:

2011-04-28 • 24 Cards

German Immigration Vocab

ausnutzen, beweisen, das Grundgesetz, das Vorurteil, der Asylant/der Asylbewerber, der Asylantrag, der Aussiedler, der Flüchtling, der Fremdenhass, der Mitbürger, der Rassismus, der Schutz, der Verstoss, der Zustrom, die Abschiebung

2011-04-28 • 26 Cards

Ch 6 Immigration/Urbanization

Angel Island, Benjamin Harrison, Civil Rights Act 1875, cooperatives, Dorothy, Ellis Island, Emerald City, Gilded Age, Gospel of the Wealth, greenbacks, increase in $ decrease in price, Individualism, Jane Addams, lynchings, Nativists

2011-04-28 • 31 Cards

Industrialization and Immigration

7 Factors that led the US to Industrialize, Give four examples of pull factors., Give four examples of push factors., Give three reasons why cities developed., How did electricity and telephone change life in US?, How did industrialization and the rise in big business change life on farms?, How did railroads affect big business and industrialization?, The government that puts a NUMBER on the number of immigrants who can enter the US from a certain country?, Urbanization, What are financial resources?, What are labor unions?, What are pull factors?, What are push factors?, What are rebates?, What group in America had to struggle to survive?

2011-04-28 • 56 Cards

Immigration to America

1 day, 1892, 1917 Literacy Act, 26 Million, about 1 in 6, about 2%, Castle Garden, Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, Contribution of Immigrants, Ellis Island, Ethinic neighborhoods, H, immigrant, K, Melting Pot

2011-04-28 • 29 Cards

Ch 15 Sect 2 The Challenges of Urbanization

Americanization Movement, Jane Addams, Mass Transit, Sanitation, Settlement Houses, Social Gospel Movement, Tenement, Urbanization

2011-04-28 • 8 Cards

Immigration Case Study 2

bachelor societies, blankets of snow, bridges, California for the Americans, Called the United Staes Gem shan, or ______________________, Chinatowns, Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, Chinese Exclusion Act, Cubic Air Law, 1870, Economic depession was going on and they blamed the Cinese for taking all the jobs and holding down wages, fongs, Geary Act, how did people and goods get from town to city and towns in the west, How were the two laws connected?, In factories

2011-04-28 • 60 Cards

Edexcel A2 Module 2 Vocab- Émigration, immigration, intégration

contre son gré, demeurer, dès, la candidature, la fuite des cerveaux, la patrie, le pays d'accueil/d'origine, parler la langue, privilégier, qualifié, s'affirmer, s'installer, s'intégrer, se sentir en sécurité, un demandeur d'asile

2011-04-28 • 17 Cards

VOC History Final--Immigration

Discrimination, Emigration, Emma Lazarus, Immigration, Jacob Riis, Naturalization, NEW, OLD, Persecution, Prejudice, Prosecution, Pull Factors, Push Factors, Quota, Reform

2011-04-28 • 23 Cards

Textvocab_Eng/dt

abolition, approach, approximately, assumption, astonishing, blur, bogus asylum seeker, burgeoning, condemned, considerable, descendants, disreputable, engaged, fraudulent, Fremdenhass

2011-04-28 • 47 Cards

Immigration/Urbanization

Angel Island, Boss Tweed, Chinese, Chinese Exclusion Act, Ellis Island, Gentlemen Agreement, Gilded Age, graft, melting pot, nativism, North and Western Europeans, patronage, Pendleton Civil Service Act, political machine, settlement House

2011-04-28 • 19 Cards