Why did the Polish immigrate to America?

Poles did not just immigrate as individuals; they traveled to America as a family strategy in order to improve their social and economic status to provide resources for their families. Most Polish immigrants flocked to industrial cities to work in factories, steel mills, slaughterhouses, and foundries.

Why did Polish immigrants come to America in the late 1800s?

Most Polish immigrants had come in search of a decent livelihood, and so were drawn to the areas of the country where good work was available. In Poland, owning land had been a great source of pride, and many Poles struck out for farm country, founding agricultural towns in the mid-Atlantic states and New England.

Why do so many Polish leave Poland?

Vast numbers of Poles left the country during the Partitions of Poland for economic and political reasons as well as the ethnic persecution practised by Russia, Prussia and Austria. Many of the Poles who emigrated were Jews, who make up part of the Jewish diaspora.

What does a typical Polish girl look like?

Polish girls will often have blue, grey and green eyes and straight or long noses. These are typically charming overall and tend to be less diverse ethnically than a number of other European women.

Where is the biggest Polish community in the US?

U.S. cities and communities with large Polish American populations are largely concentrated in the Upper Midwestern United States, Chicago metropolitan area and the New York metropolitan area, with Wisconsin accounting for the largest number of communities with large Polish populations.

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