Natural disasters are one of the many reasons immigrants left their homeland to come to America. In the text “Irish and German Immigration “it says, “When this crop failed three years in succession, it led to a great FAMINE with horrendous consequences over 750,000 people starved to death. Over two million Irish eventually moved to the U.S…” The Irish Potato Famine is a natural disaster that caused many Irish to immigrate to America. The quote conveys that immigrants left their homeland to come to America because of natural disasters such as the Famine. Another example is in the text “Italian Immigrants” it says, “Natural disasters rocked southern Italy during the early 20th century. Mount Vesuvius erupted and buried a town near Naples. Then Mount Etna erupted. Then in 1908 an earthquake and tidal wave swept through the Strait of Messina between Sicily and the Italian mainland, killing more than 100,000 people in the city of Messina alone.” In other words the natural disasters that happened in the early 20 century caused Italians to move to the U.S. This quote conveys that natural disasters cause Italians to move from their native homeland. Natural disasters such as, The Irish Potato Famine and the disasters in southern Italy are one of the many reasons immigrants left their homeland to come to America.
Religion differences are another reason immigrants left their homeland to come to America. In the text “Gone to America” it says, “The sheer number of Irish pouring into U.S. Meant that Catholicism was on the verge of becoming the single