These immigrants all gladly and eagerly adapt themselves to their new surroundings.
Of course, very few of the other immigrants get such a wage as that.
New York assimilates its immigrants with surprising rapidity.
Among these immigrants the Anglo-Saxon element is now very small.
The Indian immigrants, now reckoned at 50,000, are of two classes.
The Uitlanders were rapidly growing by the constant stream of immigrants.
A considerable German population was numbered among these immigrants.
It is difficult for immigrants coming to this country to appreciate this fact.
The cities attract the immigrants because there they find others of their own nationality.
The majority of the British immigrants had no desire to subvert the State.