||an official count of the population of a given area
|child labor laws
||legislation created to limit and define work that people younger than 18 could do.
||To claim a country or territory and govern its inhabitants.
||a person who relocates to a new country. New York comprises immigrants from around the world.
||the raid development of industries including agriculture, manufacturing, mining and transportation. the industrial revolution lasted from 1750-1850 and was the result of rapid development of new technologies and machines.
||a volunteer cavalry who fought in the Spanish-american War. Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most famous rough riders, but the group mainly comprised native american and cowboys.
||the refusal of a group of employees to work. people tend to go on strike when unions are unable to reach a compromise with an employer.
||a political organization in New York, incorporated in 1789. Tammany Hall was notoriously corrupt, and sought control of local politics
|Tenement House Act o 1901
||a law that banned the construction o dark and unsafe homes in New York.