Amish immigration

The Amish are one of the few immigrant peoples to maintain their distinctive identity over more than three or four generations after migration to North America.

American immigration to Canada

American immigration to Canada has always been a relatively easy process, fostered by a long shared border, similar cultural values, and a common language.

Albanian immigration

Albanians began immigrating to North America in significant numbers around 1900, though thousands returned to their homeland after World War I (1914–18).

African forced migration

Throughout most of America’s history, Americans of African descent were its largest minority group.