Minneapolis, Minn.: Reed and Smith, 1910.

Illegal immigration is mostly observed between the people of a poor country moving towards richer country. By richer country we mean the country having the currency exchange rate higher than the poor country. Thus with a greed of earning more money, people from poor countries immigrate to richer country. But when they see that they do not qualify to move, then they take the help of miscreant and fraudulent agents who ask for big bucks in return to favor of helping in the illegal immigration process.

Tenney, E.P. Boston, Mass.: Lee and Shephard, 1880.

 St. Paul, Minnesota: Great Northern Railway Company, Office of General Immigration Agent, 1913.

Gates, Paul Wallace. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1934.

Illegal immigration is one big problem that is widespread these days. Immigration actually means to move to other country for the purpose of job, permanent settlement or both. Illegal immigration comes into practice when people do not follow the guidelines required before and during the immigration process.

Moody, John. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1921.

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California. State Board of Trade.  San Francisco, Calif.: California State Board of Trade, 1897.

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The Union Pacific was built primarily by Irish laborers from the Eastern Seaboard who were veterans of the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. Mormons also supplied labor, due to their desire to see the railroad pass near to Salt Lake City, and thereby to incorporate heavily Mormon Utah into the rest of the country. Although the Irish did not suffer from the same kind of racial discrimination as the Chinese did on the Central Pacific, they were still paid relatively little for hard work in dangerous territory. Irish laborers were killed by Native American war parties, who attacked laborers and construction parties for their efforts to build a railroad that Native Americans believed threatened the continued existence of their culture and violated treaties granted by the US government.

Giles, Harry F., Compiler.  Olympia: F.M. Lamborn, public printer, 1914.

Baird, Robert. Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, 1832.

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Oregon. State Immigration Commission. Salem, Or.: State Immigration Commission, 1912-15

Colton, J. H. New York: J.H. Colton and Co., 1855.

Work on the first transcontinental railroad began after President Abraham Lincoln approved the Pacific Railway Act of 1862, a landmark law that authorized the federal government to financially back the construction of a transcontinental railroad. Due to the American Civil War, work was delayed for several years. By 1866, however, the great race was on between the Central Pacific Railroad, which was charged with laying track eastward from Sacramento, and the Union Pacific Railroad, which started laying track westward from Omaha, to see which railroad company could lay the most miles of railroad track before the two railroad lines joined up. Because the federal government subsidized at least $16,000 for each mile of railroad laid as well as generous land grants along the track, each company had a strong financial incentive to lay track as quickly as possible.

Parker, Nathan Howe.  New York: American News Co., 1869.

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