Brooklyn's European American population mainly consists of ... from Eastern and
Southern European countries of Italy, Russia, Poland, ... Canarsie, and East New
York were previously majority Ita...
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There are enough places around that do Eastern European food that I prefer.
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Eastern European ... Of course, the Slovak food in Brooklyn will be different than
in Prague, but ... We were visiting NY and decided to try it and so glad we did.
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map to ... While I've long appreciated central European food the execution at
many New York area restaurants ... Posted by south sloper Fox on 2009-06-10 ...
1840s-1850s: First great wave of European immigration begins around mid-
century, ... lasts into early twentieth century, largely eastern and southern
Europeans ... 1898: City of Brooklyn (Kings County) consolidated into Greater
New York ...
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They generally moved south, settling in places such as Pennsylvania, South ....
The communities in Brooklyn at this point are all from Eastern Europe and carry ...
During the 1830s, Irish, German and Austrian capitalists established their ... By
1917, the neighborhood had the most densely populated blocks in New York City
. The block between South 2nd and South 3rd Streets housed over 5,000