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Irish Emigrants

  1. He was very popular in Ireland and among Irish emigrants from 1964 into the 1980s.
  2. It is reckoned that there were around 300 Irish emigrants in Argentina by 1830, enough to see the first Irish Roman Catholic priest, Rev. (Web site)
  3. Part 1, death and obituary notices for Irish emigrants to Prince Edward Island extracted from P.E.I. newspapers. (Web site)


  1. The Ghassanids were Arab Christians that emigrated in 250 CE from Yemen to the Hauran, in southern Syria. (Web site)
  2. The Ghassanids were also known by another name, Banu Jephnet. (Web site)
  3. The Ghassanids were named after the well near which they first settled when they cae to Houran. (Web site)
  4. The Ghassanids were named after the well near which they first settled when they came to Houran. (Web site)
  5. The Ghassanids were not only conquerors, but also promoters of education and the arts. (Web site)


  1. Emigrants are invited to send hampers to their loved ones here in Malta especially for Christmas. (Web site)
  2. Emigrants were encouraged to go to the British dependencies i.e. (Web site)
  3. Emigrants were often in the hands of emigration agents, whose job it was to make money for themselves by moving emigrants.


  1. Emigration is the process of leaving one's country. (Web site)
  2. Emigration was solved by the economic boom that gathered pace from the early 1990s onwards. (Web site)
  3. Emigration is the act of leaving one's native country or region to settle in another.
  4. The term "emigration" is modern and perhaps anachronistic; certainly it did not exist in the sixteenth century. (Web site)
  5. Emigration is a political issue.


  1. UNHCR is the asylum-granting authority in Algeria, and all refugees recognised by UNHCR are also recognised by the Algerian government.
  2. The UNHCR was treating such displaced persons as refugees until it reached an official determination of their status.
  3. UNHCR was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1954 and 1981.

Iraqi Refugees

  1. Due to the US-led invasion of Iraq, Lebanon has received a mass influx of Iraqi refugees numbering at around 100,000.
  2. However, the Swiss government is currently closing doors to future Iraqi refugees, and offering to send external aid instead.
  3. Since the war in 2003, despite not sharing a border with Iraq, Yemen has become a host country for many Iraqi refugees.

Palestinian Refugees

  1. The Palestinian refugees are regulated by a separate office. (Web site)

Scottish Emigrants

  1. A dictionary of over 30,000 names of Scottish emigrants to Canada prior to 1867. (Web site)
  2. Scottish Emigrants - Find scottish emigrants and Compare prices at (Web site)
  3. Volume III: The data, from newspapers of the period, provides information on about 3,000 Scottish emigrants. (Web site)

English Emigrants

  1. Washington's words to intending English emigrants to America. (Web site)
  2. Section II, tombstone transcriptions for English emigrants buried in P.E.I. cemeteries. (Web site)
  3. Yahoo! Shopping is the best place to comparison shop for Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to - Book.

German Emigrants

  1. Pages in category "German emigrants" The following 7 pages are in this category, out of 7 total. (Web site)
  2. The lists compiled here set out to identify German emigrants in their homeland and in Pennsylvania. (Web site)
  3. The German Emigrants Database can help you with your genealogical search for your forefathers who emigrated. (Web site)

Maltese Emigrants

  1. Paul Cambon encouraged Maltese emigrants to settle in Tunisia where by 1862 the number of Maltese settlers rose to 7,000.
  2. Maltese emigrants to Australia, Canada and the US have made sure they don't go without pastizzi. (Web site)
  3. Thousands of Maltese emigrants in Australia, the United States, Canada and Gibraltar can still speak the language.

Russian Emigrants

  1. Younger Russian emigrants have an easier time blending in and learning the new language and customs a lot better than the older Russian emigrants do.
  2. Some of the Russian emigrants only wanted too stay until they had saved enough money for their families and go back to their home of Russia.
  3. Guaranteed Approval Now - Search Results Russian emigrants Russian woman story dedicated to Russian emigrants of all epochs.


  1. Brazilians are also going to countries that were previously unknown territory to them. (Web site)
  2. Brazilians are the second biggest population of immigrants in Portugal. (Web site)
  3. Brazilians are very versatile. (Web site)

Japanese Emigrants

  1. We are talking about Nikkei people - Japanese emigrants and their descendants who have created communities throughout the world. (Web site)
  2. Like many other Japanese emigrants, Shuyoshi Manase and his family set foot on a ship at Huludao the next year, which carried his family back to Japan. (Web site)
  3. By the end of World War II, there were more than 2 million Japanese emigrants in China, most of whom were farmers in the northeast.

Passenger Lists

  1. Passenger lists are available. (Web site)
  2. Passenger lists are port records listing departing or arriving passengers. (Web site)

Afghan Refugees

  1. The emergence of Afghan refugees in the frontier provinces has also rekindled Pashto & Persian music in Pakistan. (Web site)
  2. Unlike Iran, Pakistan used Afghan refugees as religio-political students and founded the Taliban army.
  3. In fact, between 1979 and 1997, UNHCR spent more than US$1 billion on Afghan refugees in Pakistan but only $150 million on those in Iran. (Web site)


  1. Armenians are leaning towards independence, rumours present in public opinion and which have remained from the period of despotism.
  2. Armenians were led by their religious leaders, Jews judged according to Jewish law. (Web site)
  3. The Armenians are grouped into small work battalions used for garbage details and similar tasks.
  4. The Armenians are predominantly urban and are concentrated in Tehran and Esfahan; smaller communities exist in Tabriz, Arak, and other cities. (Web site)
  5. The Armenians were hitting the Ottoman Army in the back as well as the front. (Web site)

Israeli Emigrants

  1. Jewish Israeli emigrants are known as yordim.
  2. English is closely followed by Modern Hebrew, the spoken language in Israel, and by Israeli emigrants who live in other countries. (Web site)
  3. Even more controversial have been benefit programs designed to aid returning Israeli emigrants readjust to life in Israel. (Web site)

Norwegian Emigrants

  1. Category:Norwegian emigrants Subcategories There is 1 subcategory to this category. (Web site)
  2. In 1825 the sloop Restauration, the first ship with Norwegian emigrants, set sail for America. (Web site)
  3. The credit for introducing this kind of skiing as a sport to North America goes to Norwegian emigrants, Snowshoe Thompson and Jackrabbit Johannsen. (Web site)

Algerian Emigrants

  1. It tells the story of the teenage Sagesse LaBasse and her family, French Algerian emigrants haunted by their history.
  2. It was therefore no wonder that the stream of Algerian emigrants continued to flow toward France and the rest of Europe.
  3. Newspapers censored in Algeria have placed banned stories online, where they circulate widely to the Algerian emigrants and foreigners. (Web site)

Polish Emigrants

  1. Polish emigrants are returning home, posing a challenge for the economy.
  2. Polish emigrants are returning to Poland in larger numbers as the conditions in the country change.

Iraqi Emigrants

  1. Though a former exile himself, al-Hussein believes the U.S. is relying too much on the input of Iraqi emigrants, who have no real authority in the country.
  2. About 700 Iraqi emigrants living in Australia, the United States, and Europe will reportedly attend World Youth Day in Sydney next week. (Web site)
  3. About 500,000 to 1 million Iraqi emigrants are in Syria; 500,000 to 700,000 in Jordan; and some 100,000 in Egypt. (Web site)

Belgian Emigrants

  1. De Duve was born in Thames-Ditton, Britain, as a son of Belgian emigrants.
  2. Genealogical databases for descendants of Belgian emigrants interested in tracing their Belgian roots. (Web site)
  3. BELGIUM-ROOTS outline page, focused on the genealogical research for Belgian emigrants, that where emigrants from the country Belgium.

Italian Emigrants

  1. It contains the files on about 200,000 Italian emigrants recorded in the Ship Passenger Lists who arrived in New York between 1880 and 1891.
  2. Records of Italian emigrants in their destination countries.
  3. Among the travel we have visited several places, but the cultural-exchange with the Italian emigrants of Le Creusot has been the most particular experience. (Web site)

Latvian Emigrants

  1. After the war ended, most Latvian emigrants eventually made their way to Sweden or Germany, where they lived in displaced persons camps. (Web site)
  2. United States --- were the top destinations of Latvian emigrants through the 1990s.
  3. He also said that the Latvian state must create conditions under which Latvian emigrants will be encouraged to return home.

Turkish Emigrants

  1. The second section focuses on the economic situation and social problems of Turkish emigrants abroad, particularly in the Federal Republic of Germany. (Web site)
  2. His parents were Turkish emigrants. (Web site)
  3. Abroad was in Vienna Friday to listen to complaints from Turkish emigrants.

Croatian Emigrants

  1. Over the centuries ensued a wave of Croatian emigrants, notably to Molise in Italy, Burgenland in Austria and eventually the United States of America.
  2. There exist hundreds of tamburitza ensembles among Croatian emigrants throughout the world. (Web site)
  3. Matej Bencur spent a part of his life in Croatia on the island of Brac and wrote a book about the life of the Croatian emigrants in South America. (Web site)

Estonian Emigrants

  1. Far away from Estonia, in Siberia Estonian emigrants have been living for more than a century. (Web site)
  2. Harald Perlitz was one of the first Estonian emigrants in Sweden. (Web site)
  3. He visited Denmark once, and Sweden a few times, where Estonian emigrants gave him an unenthusiastic welcome. (Web site)

Finnish Immigrants

  1. The first Finnish immigrants to North America arrived to the New Sweden colony by the River Delaware in 1640. (Web site)
  2. A significant number of Finnish immigrants also settled in Northern Minnesota, often working in the region's iron mines. (Web site)
  3. The migration continued well into the 20th century, until the U.S. authorities set up a quota of 529 Finnish immigrants per year in 1929. (Web site)

Albanian Refugees

  1. The Albanian refugees were considered Catholics by the local ecclesiastical authorities.

Taiwanese Emigrants

  1. On the other hand, Wes= tern fine arts are also favorites among the elite Taiwanese emigrants. (Web site)
  2. A greater percentage of Taiwanese emigrants to America are middle or mid-high class.
  3. The report says that the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa are the top five countries of destination for Taiwanese emigrants. (Web site)

Finnish Emigrants

  1. A genealogy site for descendents of Finnish emigrants to Norway.
  2. The Finnish emigrants to America came mainly from western Finland. (Web site)
  3. It is remnant from Finnish emigrants in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Spanish Emigrants

  1. First, the destinations of Spanish emigrants shifted dramatically.
  2. Spanish Emigrants in America - Find and Compare prices on 1000's of items at
  3. Algeria was the chosen destination of 94,000 Spanish emigrants in the last years of the 19th century. (Web site)

Sigmund Freud

  1. Sigmund Freud - the central founder of psychodynamics Psychodynamics is the application of the principles of thermodynamics to psychology. (Web site)
  2. Sigmund Freud is a comprehensive and important introduction to a complex thinker. (Web site)
  3. Sigmund Freud is a seminal figure in the history of human thought. (Web site)
  4. Sigmund Freud is a significant contributor in the history of ideas. (Web site)
  5. Sigmund Freud was a Viennese physician and the founder of Psychoanalysis. (Web site)


  1. Syria is a beautiful country- at least I think it is. (Web site)
  2. Syria is a country where first impressions are often deceiving, because so that is political or personal is kept under wraps, but Phil is not easily fooled. (Web site)
  3. Syria is a dictatorship. (Web site)
  4. Syria is a middle-income, developing country with an economy based on agriculture, oil, industry, and tourism. (Web site)
  5. Syria is a traditional society with a long cultural history.[ 53] Importance is placed on family, religion, education and self discipline and respect. (Web site)

South African Emigrants

  1. Of the places South African emigrants generally head to, the US is the most discriminating. (Web site)
  2. Since 2000, the number of South African emigrants has risen from 18 per cent to 40 per cent, leaving a massive gap in the South African workforce.
  3. The news provider has been told medical specialists and higher-end management comprise the biggest groups of skilled South African emigrants.

Lithuanian Emigrants

  1. The project aims at encouraging Lithuanian emigrants to return home.
  2. Around 200 pupils wrote a huge number of letters to Lithuanian emigrants about why they should return to Lithuania and live there.
  3. Lithuanian Emigrants in Ireland will never die. (Web site)

Lebanese Emigrants

  1. Most Lebanese emigrants and their descendants are Christian.
  2. The American and Canadian statistics show that the Lebanese emigrants are divided.
  3. The Lebanese emigrants had a major role to play in supporting the Lebanese cause, Bashir believed.

Moroccan Emigrants

  1. Most Moroccan emigrants send money to their families. (Web site)
  2. Ameur presented the policy for Moroccan emigrants for the 2008-2012 period in Casablanca.
  3. The figure does not include Moroccan emigrants visiting home.

Greek Emigrants

  1. Our Greek emigrants always help Greece in that serious problem faced.
  2. These must mostly be returned Greek emigrants with Australian citizenship, and their Greek Australian children.
  3. Before 1890 Greek emigrants went mostly to other areas of the Mediterranean. (Web site)

Swiss Emigrants

  1. Faust, Albert Bernhardt, and Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcus, Lists of Swiss emigrants in the eighteenth century to the American colonies. (Web site)
  2. Lists of Swiss emigrants in the eighteenth century to the American colonies. (Web site)
  3. T he statistician finds in it thc only reliable eriumeratiun uf Swiss emigrants uf the eiiil ptlriud, and is able to basc far-reacliirig estimates thereupon.

Salvadoran Emigrants

  1. The gang originated among Salvadoran emigrants living in Los Angeles, California, but it has since spread to other parts of North America.
  2. It originated among Salvadoran emigrants in Los Angeles some 19 years ago in the mid-1980s.
  3. As Salvadoran emigrants returned home, land pressures and unemployment increased.

Pakistani Emigrants

  1. His parents were Pakistani emigrants. (Web site)
  2. A job board launched by two Pakistani emigrants to Stanford now powers some of the biggest blogs in the valley.
  3. Here's an Irishman making an English film about Pakistani emigrants.

Nigerian Emigrants

  1. The daughter of Nigerian emigrants to the UK, Maggie is a kind of tailor.
  2. All these Nigerian emigrants constitute a considerable part of the immigrants in Greece, Germany, U.K., or France. (Web site)
  3. His father was a doctor, his mother a pharmacist, both of them Nigerian emigrants.

Romanian Emigrants

  1. But the first wave of Romanian emigrants to Australia came after World War II, when Romania was experiencing severe economic and political problems.
  2. After the events of Eastern Europe in 1989, numerous Romanian emigrants came to Canada, where they found a very strong community in Montreal. (Web site)
  3. Lord God, and through the efforts of the first Romanian emigrants to Minnesota.

Haitian Emigrants

  1. More than 45,000 Haitian emigrants were kept on the Base until mid-1995.
  2. The Bahamas was another destination of Haitian emigrants; an estimated 50,000 arrived there by boat during the 1980s. (Web site)
  3. The official language in Bahamas is English but they also speak Creole among the Haitian emigrants and Spanish among Cuban and Dominican emigrants.


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