In a time span of almost 100 years, the U.S. had many immigrants come to them. There were many rough conditions in different areas that drew people to immigrate to the U.S. The most amount of immigrants that immigrated to the U.S. was from the year 1900 to 1910 (Doc. 1). Anti-Semitism and Draft in Russia led thousands and thousands of people to an exodus to the United States (Doc. 1). The next immense time after that was when people migrated from Germany and Ireland due to the Irish Famine and Military Draft in Germany (Doc. 1). The U.S. Industrial Expansion attracted people from poverty-stricken countries. The United States was making a lot of money off of industrial businesses (OI). One woman, Catherine Moran McNamara, an Irish immigrant, told how bad conditions were in Ireland.