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Where did Italians settle in America?
in east America
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Because Americans brought them over in big ships and made them slaves...
Greeks, Latins, and Etruscans
Italian people began moving to Australia in large numbers after World War II, when the government began accepting refugees from European countries. Many Italians moved to Aust…ralia following this time. Today, Italian is the second most-spoken language in Australian homes.
Mostly in Texas
The first Pilgrims in America went to Virginia in 1618, but most went to New England. The Pilgrims founded the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts in 1620. Other Puritans establi…shed the Massachusetts Bay Colony in the area of present-day Boston in 1829 and the Connecticut Colony in 1636.
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They settled all over Australia, in many places especially Sydney as now it is the city with the most Italians. Although now Italians are found all over Australia. Since the… heavy post-war migration, they have mainly been settling in Melbourne.
The US states with most Italian immigrants are New York, New Jersey , California, Pennsylvania and Florida. Each has more than 1 million Italian Americans.
The first German settlement was Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania found on October 6, 1683. They also settled in other areas a bit west, like Illinois and Michigan.
They came over on ships to come through Ellis Island to become American citizens.
The British settled in various areas in North America. Mainly in the Hudson bay area and the 13 colonies. but before that it was just small settlements and such as Jamestown a…nd St. George in Bermuda, these were small settlements, one of the long lasting one was not an English starter but a Dutch one. It was New Amsterdam, it was conquered by the English 1664 and renamed it NewYork because of the generals name was York. skipping a head a bit, the English gained Acadia from the french in 1713 because of the treaty of Utrecht. And gaining Florida from the Spanish in 1763 because of the 7 year war also known as the first global conflict. English focus was mainly to modern day America and Canada but it also had a foothold on Belize andMosquito coast. Of course both Canada and America became independent in very different ways. One peaceful other more violent but swifter.
In New York
While many scattered across the United States in the hope of gaining the dream of land in the New World many felt comfortable in New York City where many of their countrymen h…ad settled. This trend was created because of language familiarity and the influence of Catholicism. The first Little Italy was created in what came to be known as Italian Harlem which today has become Spanish Harlem. The shrinking Little Italy in NYC today is in lower Manhattan which is seeing increased encroachment from Chinatown and other Asian country populations. The former northern influence of Italians around Houston Street has become known as NoLita for North of Little Italy. Modern Little Italy still exists with dozens of restaurants catering to the tourists and an eleven day Italian Festival honors the Feast of San Gennaro. There are small enclaves like Little Italy of the Bronx and Staten Island holds many of the Italian American community but the Mulberry Street of yesteryear is gone as Italians have assimilated fully into American society and those who had roots there can now be found in Denver, Dallas and Des Moines.
The Italian immigrants settled in the United States because their country was in bad shape . For example the country was very crowed and had no space.
They settled on the coast, and moved inland.