An Irish American is someone who has immigrated to America from Ireland, and families of those that immigrated here. We Americans are rather fond of those Irish, though, so on St. Patrick's Day, just about all of us wear green! We have parades in several of our cities to celebrate that special day, as well.AnswerAmerican citizen from .. Ireland...or of Irish heritage
awwww nice to know that people like us Irish!! im Irish and proud of it!!
40% of Americans are Irish.
the Irish are from Europe and Americans are from North America.
Irish-American refers to people in America who claim Irish ancestry. Irish-Americans live all over America.
Lauren Onkey has written: 'Blackness and transatlantic Irish identity' -- subject- s -: Irish Americans, Ethnic identity, Race identity, Irish, Group identity, Race discrimination, African Americans, Relations with Irish Americans
German- Americans and Irish- Americans were commonly called hyphenateds during the WWI area.
At one time the Irish were not welcome in the United States but that is not a problem any more. Many Americans celebrate St. Patrick's Day even if they are not Irish.
Irish-Americans can be found all over the United States of America. There is no one particular place.
coz they think Irish immigrants are cannible
I don't discriminate the irish, and I'm American. :)
Corned beef and cabbage is one traditional Irish meal/food that Americans also eat. Also, Irish potatoes are quite popular in America.
An Irish Girl
Because there are so many people in America that have Irish roots and because there are many Irish here!
It's a term used by the native Irish in America about first generation Irish Americans.
Yes. They do.
Approximately 56.7 million Americans claim to have Irish ancestry. This is about 18.6 percent of the entire population of the United States.
Many Americans didn't like the Irish. Some people treated them very badly and threw stuff at them as they came off the boats to step on American soil. Some Americans felt that the Irish were coming to take their jobs.
By definition, an Irish American is already an American, so they wouldn't be entering the country due to already being in it. If you are looking on how to get into the US from Ireland, you should look here for information: http://travel.state.gov/index.html
Yes, Americans belived that they took jobs away.
Many Americans have Irish ancestry.
The Irish-Americans possibly did not like Great Britain