The English-Americans - Who are the English? Assimilating...

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Assimilating Ethnic Groups Race and Ethnic Relations by Joe R. Feagin and Clairece B. Feagin, Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, 1996. [PowerPoint Presentation developed by Ron L. . Shamwell, Social Sciences, Community College of Philadelphia, 1999]. English [Anglo-Protestant Culture] They are the after the Germans and the Irish. third largest ethnic group in the United States, There is little in-depth analysis of the Anglo-Saxon or white Anglo-Saxon Protestant. Milton Gordon’s view of dominant culture was as the middleclass cultural patterns of, largely, white Protestant, Anglo-Saxon origins. This group’s influence was on the self-image of Americans in this way: For example , the May Flower, John smith, Davy Crockett, George Washington, Who are the English?
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Assimilating Groups Race and Ethnic Relations However, no social science analyst has undertaken a comprehensive analysis of the English Americans. First to colonize the North America in large numbers. Migration to the American colonies was very heavily English until 1700. English settlements involved the subordination of native people. Interest in North America was commercial I.e. trading post, raw
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