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St. Louis Immigrants Discuss this eTheme.

These sites focus on immigrants who settled in St. Louis. Includes location of settlements, current communities, immigrant’s influence on St. Louis development, cultural, and economy. Pictures, maps, video, and timelines are included. eThemes resources on St. Louis and Regional Foods are included.

Grades

  • 4,
  • 5,
  • 6

Links

This site includes immigrant census data from year 1960 - 2000.
This site includes census data and a timeline for students to learn when and why different groups settled in St. Louis.
This site provides information of early St. Louis culture and how St. Louis was transformed. Pictures are included.
Read about the French influence that reflects on architecture in St. Louis.
This site provides information about the ways German immigrants and their descendants influenced the history and culture of the St. Louis area beginning in the early 1800s and continuing through today. Pictures, maps, and recommended reading resources are included.
Scroll down to `Chinese Settlements in St. Louis and other Midwestern Cities' and `Today's Chinese Immigrants in the Midwest' to read about when Chinese settled in St. Louis, what they did for a living, and which parts of China they came from.
This site provides detailed information about the Hill community. Images of early settlement are included.
Learn about the neighborhood that combines diversity of cultures. You can spot French-style mansard roofs, Spanish-inspired wrought iron and red brick that is uniquely St. Louis. NOTE: This site has a link to ads.
This site takes you to old time St. Louis. Click on a year to learn about the events, people, buildings, map and guide, perspectives and resources. Lesson plans are included. For easy navigation, click "Go to Site Index" after selecting the year. NOTE: Teachers should view the resources before using in classroom because of many links.
This site provides information about the impact of black, Asian, and Hispanic immigrants on culture and music in St. Louis. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Type in the name of a building or query by ethnic group to read about its history. Pictures included for some buildings.
This site has recipes from different immigrant groups that came to the United States.
Discover what the city of St. Louis has to offer. Explore various sites of interest, including the St. Louis Art Museum, the Zoo, the Holocaust Musuem and Learning Center, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, the Arch, and the Muny and Fox theaters. Also learn about the history of the area and the immigrants who first moved Discover what the city of St. Louis has to offer. Explore various sites of interest, including the St. Louis Art Museum, the Zoo, the Holocaust Musuem and Learning Center, Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, the Arch, and the Muny and Fox theaters. Also learn about the history of the area and the immigrants who first moved there. Watch a Missouri Heritage video on the city's growth. There are links to eThemes Resources on the St. Louis region and the St. Louis World's Fair.
These sites feature some of the regional foods from different parts of Missouri. Includes traditional recipes, famous foods, and stories about the foods. An eThemes resource on Pioneer Life Food is included.

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