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Thread: Is New England Still Predominantly Germanic/Nordish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ward View Post
    Portuguese? I've met only about a handful of Americans with Portuguese descent in all of my years.
    The Portuguese are significant in some New England coastal communities - in Massachusetts, Rhode Island & Connecticut.


    So enough with your nonsense. For crying out loud, Pat Buchanan is without a doubt the most talented and articulate defender of traditional America, and he's an Irish-German Catholic.
    I've already mentioned Pat Buchanan, many times & several different threads at several foras, as an example of a first class racialist - in spite of the fact he is an Irish-Catholic. Most Americans don't think of Buchanan as an Irish-Catholic, he is the exception not the norm. If you were to poll Irish-Catholics (in America) on the greatest Irish-Americnas ever, virtually all of them would name the 3 Kennedy Brothers in various order & practically none would mention Buchanan.

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    I think even in the midwest,only some rural areas are predominantly nordish,not to speak of other parts of the US.

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    Maybe the rural areas of northern NewEngland is quite nordish...

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_ancestry#/media/File:Census-2000-Data-Top-US-Ancestries-by-County.svg

    As seen in the link above...

    The metropolitan areas between Rhode Island and New Jersey are infested with Italians and other non-Nords like Portuguese, Dominicans and Negroes, although the rural areas like Vermont and Massachusetts through Maine are still Nordish. As Æmeric stated, Nord include English, Irish, along with German and Québeckers. In any case, New England is majority Nordish outside the Tri-State Area, even if English and German New Englanders proper, are not the sole bearers of such phenotypes. My folks lived in the country with farm animals (pigs, goats, turkeys, chickens, rabbits, ponies) and gardens (grown by my grandmothers for suppers) and weren't stereotypical suburbanites as thought of being Yankee social life, only we went into town because it was unavoidable. The cities are horrible places, so I recall mostly passing by them on the highways and we camped out a lot to compensate for their presence. You don't have to live in the Green Mountains like Allenson to be country folk and in fact, I've got kin out in the White Mountains instead. 'Live Free Or Die' is better than Bernie Sanders.

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