How Were Irish Immigrants Treated?

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Irish immigrants in 1800s and 1900s were discriminated against as foreigners and Catholics. Catholics and Protestants did not interact with one another. Irish immigrants were labeled as violent, alcoholic, and prone to gang violence and criminal acts.
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Poorly.
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in the US in the 19th century? very badly for the most part, the Irish were not welcome in the US when they first arrived, anti-Catholic sentiment was very strong in Protestant America
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The Irish were ostracized from
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Dear La Queena, This should handle your question: At the beginning of the 19th century the dominant industry of Ireland was agriculture. Large areas of this land was under the control
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