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The American Mosaic

This concept symbolizes how ethnic groups within the United States maintain their cultural identities.

Ireland

This country sent immigrants to the United States following a nationwide famine.

Germany

This country's early immigrants were known for clearing frontier land and making it productive.

Eastern Europe

Yiddish is a language peculiar to Jewish immigrants from this region.

Southern Italy and Sicily

Discriminated against in their own country, immigrants from this region tended to distrust other immigrants from outside their own region.

China, particularly the Toishan District of Kwantung Province

Immigrants from this area tended to cluster in the same city when they arrived in the Western Hemisphere.

Africa

This area provided slaves who were transported to the Western Hemisphere.

Puerto Rico

People born here are automatically citizens of the United States.

Mexico

This country supplies the United States with the largest number of immigrants.

The United States

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