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FHS Libguides (Library Guides): Ms. McKinnon's Immigration Research Project

Created using your teacher's assignments and library resources, these guides are a great first place to start your research. Find databases, books, websites, and other tools that can help you do your homework.

Assignment

Questions to answer:

1. What is the current U.S. immigration law?

2. How have immigrant people helped to build the U.S. economy?

3. What is amnesty?

4. Explain how the U.S. is already a country built by immigrants.

5. Describe one historical U.S. immigrant who has made a positive contribution to the country. Explain your choice.

Additional Primary Source research sources

1. What is the current U.S. immigration law?

2. How have immigrant people helped to build the U.S. economy?

3. What is Amnesty?

Search this database using the keyword "amnesty" and/or synonyms like "asylum," "sanctuary," or "refugees." 

4. Explain how the U.S. is already a country built by immigrants.

 

5. Describe one historical U.S. immigrant who has made a positive contribution to the country. Explain your choice.

Subject Guide

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FHS Research Paper Guide, 8th edition

Please use this guidebook when writing your research paper.  It includes information on how to set up your essay in MLA format and how to correctly cite your sources in your essay and in your Works Cited page.