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The British, the Germans and the Irish: A Look at How Traditions Survive Emigration

by Mike Kimel The British, the Germans and the Irish: A Look at How Traditions Survive Emigration Between 1921 and the passage of the 1965 Immigration Act, about 70% of those admitted into the US came from the UK, Ireland, and Germany. In a roundabout way, I want to discuss what that has meant for […]
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