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The German American ethnic group (German: Deutschamerikaner) consists of Americans who .... German immigrants also settled in other areas of the American South, including around the Dutch (Deutsch) Fork area of South Carolina, and ...

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In 2000, people of German descent comprised the largest nationality or ethnic group (group of people who are not from the majority culture in the country in ...

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A New Surge of Growth. German immigration boomed in the 19th century. Wars in Europe and America had slowed the arrival of immigrants for several decades  ...

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The groups included Swiss Mennonites, Baptist Dunkers, Schwenkfelders, Moravians, Amish, and Waldensians; most German immigrants belonged to the main ...

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History of German Immigration to America: Origins of the Germanic People This article contains interesting facts, statistics and the history of German Immigration  ...

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In the middle half of the nineteenth century, more than one-half of the population of Ireland emigrated to the United States. So did an equal number of Germans.

immigrationtounitedstates.org/519-german-immigrants.html

German immigrants on the steerage deck of the immigrant ship Friedrich der Grosse. When World War I began in August, 1914, the U.S. government seized the ...

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In order to research your ancestor in German records, you need to know the exact town of origin. Most of the time this information is found in U.S. sources. Thus it ...

www.economist.com/news/united-states/21642222-americas-largest-ethnic-group-has-assimilated-so-well-people-barely-notice-it

Feb 5, 2015 ... John Michael moved to Sheboygan, married the daughter of another German immigrant, who owned the local foundry, and took over his ...

www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ap-us-history/period-4/apush-politics-society-early-19th-c/a/irish-and-german-immigration

Famine and political revolution in Europe led millions of Irish and German ... Germans and Irish were the two largest groups of immigrants to the United States .