Anglo-America, Canada and the United States by W. H. Parker

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StatementW. H. Parker. --
SeriesA Systematic regional geography -- v.6
LC ClassificationsE169.02 .P32 1962, E38 .P35
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Pagination404 p. :
Number of Pages404
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Open LibraryOL26575149M

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the United States as its homeland and trace its genealogy back to New World colonists who rebelled against their mother country. In its mind, the American nation-state, its land, its history, its mission and its Anglo-American people were woven into one great tapestry of the imagination.

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Until the late 20th century, Old Stock Americans dominated American culture and politics. Thousands of Germans and Irish from the southern regions of their countries immigrated to the United States during the 19th century and were met with strong opposition from the majority Protestant and temperance movement-minded Old Stock, who were anti .Anglo-America is composed almost primarily by Canada and the United States, while Latin America is composed of all Spanish, French and Portuguese speaking countries south of the US.

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