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German Americans

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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) ...

German Immigration - U.S. History in Context - Gale

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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 ...

German Immigration - Max Kade German-American Center

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By far the largest number of German immigrants went to America in search of an improved standard of living. Political and religious freedom probably motivated ...

The German-Americans-Chapter One

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The fate of immigrants, refugees, and migrant workers was experienced by the more than seven million Germans who emigrated to America over a period of ...

German-American History - Business Insider

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Oct 6, 2013 ... A slow but steady stream of Germans immigrated to the U.S. starting in the 1680s, coming to represent 9% of the total population around the ...

German-Americans: The silent minority - The Economist

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Feb 7, 2015 ... German immigrants have flavoured American culture like cinnamon in an Apfelkuchen. They imported Christmas trees and Easter bunnies and ...

German immigrants » Immigration to the United States

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The first non-English-speaking immigrant group to enter the United States in large numbers, Germans played major roles in American economic development,  ...

German Americans - History, Modern era, The first germans in america

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German immigration began in the seventeenth century and continued throughout the postcolonial period at a rate that exceeded the immigration rate of any ...

About the USA - History of German-American Relations > 1683-1900

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Immigration German immigration began in the 17th century and continued into the late 19th century at a rate exceeding that of any other country. Working with ...

German Ohioans - Ohio History Central

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Dec 14, 2015 ... Today, German Ohioans continue to enhance Ohio's cultural and social landscape. ... The German immigrants referred to the town as Berlin.

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Chronology : The Germans in America (European Reading Room ...

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

Irish and German Immigration [ushistory.org]

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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.

Germany Emigration and Immigration Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

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May 11, 2016 ... Once you have traced your family back to a German immigrant, you must find the city or town your ancestor came from if you wish to find earlier ...