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Unformatted Document Text:  Assignment Page: The Hungarians in the 1890s Constitutionalism and Federalism In the 1880s, state boards or commissions enforced immigration law with direction from U.S. Treasury Department officials. How is this different from what had been the process prior to? How did the New York and Chicago affiliates of the National Board of Trade helped instill Americanization programs? Were nativist reactions a regional anomaly, or were they a nation-wide phenomenon? Were they limited to industrial and/or agrarian areas? Why? Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Describe the efforts of the Department of the Interior’s “Americanization Programs” in relation to immigrant rights. How do they address nativists’ major complaints about the new breed of immigrant finding its way to the U.S. in the 1890s? Describe the Pullman Strikes. Describe the Pennsylvania statutes, eventually struck down, which placed residence and language requirements as well as licensing taxes on miners. What federal court arguments were made in limiting states’ rights in these areas? Interest Groups and Political Parties What was the National Security League and the National Defense Society? What were their goals and objectives? Where they successful, or not? Why? What was the American Nativist party? What realignment effects did it have on the Republican Party? What role did European Steamship companies and unions, such as the Knights of Labor, have in fostering the explosion of Hungarian immigration in the early 1890s? What was the Grand Army of the Republic and Patriotic Order Sons of America? How are they related to labor unions such as the Order of United American Mechanics and the Junior Order of United American Mechanics? Campaigns and Elections What role did the Immigration Restriction League have on the election of 1896?

Authors: Kiraly, Michael.
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Assignment Page: The Hungarians in the 1890s
Constitutionalism and Federalism
In the 1880s, state boards or commissions enforced immigration law with direction from
U.S. Treasury Department officials. How is this different from what had been the
process prior to?
How did the New York and Chicago affiliates of the National Board of Trade helped
instill Americanization programs?
Were nativist reactions a regional anomaly, or were they a nation-wide phenomenon?
Were they limited to industrial and/or agrarian areas? Why?
Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
Describe the efforts of the Department of the Interior’s “Americanization Programs” in
relation to immigrant rights. How do they address nativists’ major complaints about the
new breed of immigrant finding its way to the U.S. in the 1890s?
Describe the Pullman Strikes.
Describe the Pennsylvania statutes, eventually struck down, which placed residence and
language requirements as well as licensing taxes on miners. What federal court
arguments were made in limiting states’ rights in these areas?
Interest Groups and Political Parties
What was the National Security League and the National Defense Society? What were
their goals and objectives? Where they successful, or not? Why? What was the
American Nativist party? What realignment effects did it have on the Republican Party?
What role did European Steamship companies and unions, such as the Knights of Labor,
have in fostering the explosion of Hungarian immigration in the early 1890s?
What was the Grand Army of the Republic and Patriotic Order Sons of America? How
are they related to labor unions such as the Order of United American Mechanics and the
Junior Order of United American Mechanics?
Campaigns and Elections
What role did the Immigration Restriction League have on the election of 1896?


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