Hell, even the Native Americans originally came from somewhere else. Which reminds me:
Where do you Suppose “Native Americans” came from? I’ve heard a lot of theories. Was just interested in yours. :)
Africa via Asia.
I have heard this theory as well. Land bridges that no longer exist. Ice ages.. I still see no reason that the animals who evolved to become “human” couldn’t have existed in and stayed in specific areas since the break up of Pangea. Though. Who knows? :)
Yep, and they came here legally through Ellis Island over 100 years ago. They didn't get anything for free and worked for what they got. They weren't looking for a handout when they they got here and only needed a chance to make it on their own as "legal" immigrants
Agree. Worked hard, and assimilated into society.
Yeah, although I don't even know their names. I can't find the family tree research that one of my mother's sisters sent me back in the 90's.
Well it wouldn't be the first time I've been told that I'm not a real Canadian no matter how many generations my family has been here.
An Irish one
I am - one French Canadian, the other English ;)
Uh-hum, as was clarified in one of your earlier posts, the answer is 'Alien' , which is technically an immigrant I suppose. I was going to add more but I am on my tablet and typing all this out is rather taxing.
Easy answer + coffee. Although amphetamines are likely the only deployable substances that would get me moving this morning.
AAARRRGGGHHHH but I have to hook up the hot water.......
As you were.
An Irish one and a Russian one met up with the Cherokee who’s ancestors had watched the same sky over the same land for tens of thousands of years.
I am one. Also, what Tiffanee wrote.
My mother was a first generation Italian-American. They spoke no Italian at home - worked hard and completely assimilated into their new home.