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The settlement of Hungarian Immigrants

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Orsi Bede

on 28 April 2014

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The settlement of Hungarian Immigrants in the United States
The beginnings
Tyrker
scholar Stephen Parmenius of Buda
Colonel Micheal de Kováts
Ágoston Haraszty and Sándor Bölöni Farkas
Kossuth Immigrants
Middle of the 19th century->1. bigger wave:3000-4000.
Educated and noble people.
Generally in the East Coast:
Ohio
Only some to
Chicago
(Illinois),
Saint Louis
(Missouori),
Davenport
(Iowa) or to
New Buda
(Iowa)actually founded by the Forty-eighters
Great Economic Immigration (1880-1915)
The refugee intellectuals, the displaced persons and the Fifty-sixers
1960’s :Hungarians started to move to western and northern states.
no longer political refugees, professional reasons motivated their immigration.
California, Texas or Florida
650 000-700 000 Hungarian
aims:savings and returning
Ellis Island
exclusionary immigration laws of 1921 and 1924
1930s 2000-3000 Hungarian: intellectual refugees
post-World War II period: 17 000 DPs
Fifty-sixers: 40 000
goals and background:completely different from the turn-of the century Immigrants
but destinations remained quite unchanged
1.Pennsylvania
work:coal mines, steel, textile and iron mills
Camoria Steel Company, Carnegie Iron and Steel Company or Cambriel Steel Co.
Abaúj and Zemplén
dispersedly, according to their workplace.
Pittsburgh, Hazleton, Homestead, Johnstown, Bethlehem and McKeesport,Philadelphia
2. New York
Little Hungary- gulyás avenue
skilled industrial workers, artisans, merchants, Jews
less industrial workers,more of Hungarian intellectuals
3.Ohio
Cleveland:

the biggest and most concentrated Hungarian settlement: ‘Amerikai Kecskemét’, ‘Amerikai Debrecen’
Abaúj County
Buckeye Road
National Malleable Castings Co. ,Eberhardt Manufacturing Company:production of iron casting for stoves, railway carriages,
employed Hungarian peasant labor force
Toledo :
Heves, Abaúj and Gömör
Dayton:
Kossuth Colony
4.New Jersey
industrially developed
Perth Amboy :
iron, wire and copper factories
Trenton:
Roebling wire factory

New Brunswick:
Johnson and Johnson Company
Árpádhon
New wave of immigration
Today
Hungarian population :declining
Little Hungaries disappearing
Still try to preserve their cultural traditions
Thank you for your attention!
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