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eBook The Portuguese-Americans (The Immigrant Heritage of America) ePub

by Leo Pap

  • ISBN: 0805784179
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Leo Pap
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Twayne Pub; First Edition edition (May 1, 1981)
  • Pages: 300
  • ePub book: 1102 kb
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Although Portuguese sailors probably visited Hawaii as early as 1794, the earliest Portuguese immigrant of whom there is official record . The (The Immigrant Heritage of America)

Although Portuguese sailors probably visited Hawaii as early as 1794, the earliest Portuguese immigrant of whom there is official record, and the first Portuguese immigrant of note, was Dr. João (John) Elliott de Castro, who arrived in 1814 and became the personal physician, and retainer King Kamehameha I. Since Castro's day there have been many of note, some o. The (The Immigrant Heritage of America). Boston, Massachusetts: Twayne Publishers, G. K. Hall & Co. ISBN 0805784179.

Portuguese Americans (os), also known as Luso-Americans (luso-americanos), are American citizens and residents of the United States who are connected to the country of Portugal by birth, ancestry or citizenship.

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Items related to The German-Americans (The Immigrant heritage of America). Originally printed in 1976, this sweeping text examines the history of German immigration to America from the pre-Revolutionary War period to the pre- and post-Civil War decades. La Vern J Rippley The German-Americans (The Immigrant heritage of America). ISBN 13: 9780805784053. The German-Americans (The Immigrant heritage of America). Analyzes the push and pull factors which caused the immigration of millions of German-speaking Europeans.

Series: Twayne's Immigrant Heritage of America. There are only a handful of general histories of American Polonia. In addition to this book there are A History of the Polish Americans by John J. Bukowczyk (2007) and Polish Americans by Helena Znaniecki Lopata (1994). Pula mentions the infamous 1987 Blejwas-Milosz exchange published in the New York Times where the poet defended his remarks regarding the "incredible cultural crudeness of Polish Americans.

The creed of America as (hereafter the NOI creed ) is now . An America that abandons its heritage and founding culture will be a different, and poorer, place.

The creed of America as (hereafter the NOI creed ) is now unquestioned by Americans and foreigners alike. The NOI creed’s assertion of national rootlessness justifies official multiculturalism and mass immigration. Revolutionary Americans, the United States’ founders, were fairly homogeneous: 80 percent of British origin (60 percent English, 20 percent Scottish and Scots-Irish), most of the rest Dutch and German-the great majority American-born. Overwhelmingly Christian, 98 percent were Protestants.

Portuguese Americans (occasionally known as Luso-Americans) are . The Portuguese in America, 590 . 1974: A Chronology & Fact Book (1976). Leal, Joao, and Wendy Graca.

Portuguese Americans (occasionally known as Luso-Americans) are citizens of the United States whose ancestry originates in the southwest European nation of Portugal, including the offshore island groups of the Azores and Madeira. Colloquially, the term is also incorrectly applied to people whose ancestry stems from Portuguese-speaking countries Biggest communities.

America is sometimes referred to as a nation of immigrants because of our largely open-door policy toward accepting foreigners pursuing their vision of the American Dream. In fact, immigrants actually enhance American life by creating, not taking jobs, bolster social service funds through tax payments, and bring valuable technical knowledge and skills to our country. If we are to continue to excel as a nation, the traditionalists who fear an encroachment of foreign-born Americans must learn to accept that we achieved our greatness because of being a nation of immigrants.

The Immigrant Heritage of America.

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