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Period V: Global Migration Part II

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  • Intro 0:00
  • The Whys Of Migration 0:22
    • Two Factors
    • The Push
    • Programs
    • Economic Reasons
    • Religious Push
    • The Pull
    • Economic= jobs
    • Religious
    • Degree Of Voluntary
  • Locating To Find Work 5:08
    • Cities
    • Manual Laborers
    • Potato Famine- Irish Died
    • Ended Up Building Railroads
    • Chinese Laborers- Rail Lines Through Sierra Mountains
    • Engineers
    • Missionaries
    • People With Skills Who Wanted To Set Up Churches, Schools, Etc.
  • Who Is Going To Do The Work Of Slaves 10:08
    • Do We Lose Demand For Sugar
    • Going To Increase
    • What Will Replace Slavery
    • Some Slavery Persist
    • Indentured Servitude
    • Contract Labor
  • 'Contract' Labor 12:30
    • Transcontinental Railroad
    • Unifying Force
    • Promitary Point, UT
    • No Chinese People In Picture
  • First Chinese Contract Laborers In Hawaii 15:19
    • Growing Sugar Cane
    • First Chinese Contractor in 1852
  • First Japanese Contract Laborers In Hawaii 16:18
    • Women Also Came To Work In Fields
    • At One Point 41% Of People Of Hawaii Were Japanese Descent
  • Indian 'Contract' Labor 18:00
    • Mauritius- Island Off East Coast Of Africa
    • Misrepresented Contract
    • Picture Of Mauritius
  • Effects Upon Original Population 19:54
    • Majority Of People Were Descendents Of Indian Contract Laborer
    • Hawaii- 41% Japanese
    • Fiji- Indians And Fijian Hostility
    • Peru- Japanese
    • Alberto Fujimori
    • Argentina- Italian People
  • Convict Labor 23:55
    • America's South
    • Reconstruction
    • Slavery Is Over
    • Blacks Had To Have A Job Or Go To Prison
  • Not All Immigrants Stayed 26:31
  • Main Concept 26:58
    • Migrants Relocated For Variety Of Reasons