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From foreign shores.
1. In what way is the history of the United States different from that of other nations? The history of U.S is different from other nations because it’s one of continual immigration from all continents, and opposed to most other nations it’s a very young one, but only if we counts from Columbus’ discovery. Asians had already discovered and inhabited America, when Siberia and Alaska where still connected, these people are called the Native Americans, (this includes the Indians, Aleuts, Yup’iks and Inuit’s.) In the text we are told that no one can, by law, call America their ancient homeland, this is incorrect at our time, the Native Americans is the only people who may call America their ancient homeland. (Reference to the book; “The earth shall weep” by author James Wilson).

2. When and how did the first settlers arrive in America?
The first settlers arrived in America thirty-two thousand years ago, when Siberia and Alaska still where connected, they were hunters from North-Central Asia who walked down through America. Forming characteristic tribes, who kept their customs and language.

3. What was the composition of the U.S. population in 1790’s? The composition of the population of U.S before and in the 1790’s consisted, with a majority of, white Europeans from northwestern and central Europe, they were in faith mostly protestants. About half of the population, 4 million people, were of English origin, the rest were primarily Scotch-Irish, Scots, and Germans, but the Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, French, Welsh and Swiss groups was large demographic. A fifth of the population was slaves from Africa.

4. What push-factors in Europe made emigration attractive to many people in the first half of the 19th century? There was a falling mortality rate, because of a lack of land, that caused a lack of food, another push factor were lack of jobs this was caused by the industrialization, the industrialization... Show More

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