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Chapter 9, Lesson 1, The New Californians (pp. 204-208)

I. Why California?

II. Immigrants from Europe

    A. Immigrants first came to eastern cities in the United States from European countries.

    B. Immigrants from many countries in Europe were treated badly by people who already lived in the United States.

III. Immigrants from Asia

    A. When Asians from China entered California, they found unfamiliar people and cultures.

    B. Immigrants also arrived from Japan and found that life in California as immigrants was not what they expected.

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