In the early 1900s, hundreds of European immigrants arrived at Ellis Island in New York harbor each day to be processed for permission to enter the United States. A so-called melting pot of cultures came together starting in that place by standing in line, with a desire to seize the opportunities of a new country. They have been followed by millions of other immigrants coming to America.;Resources:Racial and Ethnic RelationsandRacial and Ethnic Groups;Researchtwo immigrant groups that have become assimilated to one degree or another into American society.;Writea 1,050 word paper, addressing the following;Explain why each group chose to migrate to the United States.;Identify the geographical areas where each group settled.;Describe the influence other racial or ethnic groups had on each group once they migrated.;Describe the influence each group had on other racial or ethnic groups it came in contact with.;Explain how the power-conflict theory applies to these ethnic groups.;Explain how the concept of multiculturalism might be applied to these two groups.;Provide examples of how these groups? customs, beliefs, and values have?or have not?become incorporated into American society.;Citeat least two sources in addition to your texts.;Formatyour paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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