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" The most important Finnish-populated areas in the United States were in the northern portions of the country. According to the Census of 1930, Michigan had more Finns than any other state (about 74,000 first and second generation). Other important "Finnish"... "
Sources for the Study of Migration and Ethnicity: A Guide to Manuscripts in ... - Page 190
edited by - 1979 - 337 pages
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Bulletin, Issue 26

1976
...heritage. These Finnish organizations numbered in the hundreds, and many of them are still active. .{2}. The most important Finnish-populated areas in the...(60,000), New York (27,000), Massachusetts (26,000), Washington (22,000), California (16,000), Wisconsin (14,000), Ohio (12,000), and Oregon (12,000). Michigan...
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