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Buick Enclaves Offer People Security in Work & Social Opportunities

Buick Enclaves Offer People Security in Work & Social OpportunitiesWhen it comes to Buick and other immigrant family enclaves there is more info online at genealogy websites. In fact, a top genealogy family tree website points to Buick Enclaves coming to America from Croatia and other Yugoslav regions. In turn, many enclaves were originally established in New York City during the early 19th century and then spreading to other regions of the U.S.

For instance, people with the Buick name have been immigrating to areas along the east coast of the U.S. over the past 150 years with large numbers of people with this name and ethnic background also settling in Canada, Australia and other countries.

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The Croatian emigrants with the name Buick were attracted to America to escape communism, states early 20th century U.S. Census records. Also, the ethnic enclaves were attractive to immigrants from Europe, Asia and other world regions because they found work and many social opportunities when settling with others who shared their unique ethnic background and life experiences. For instance, the U.S. Census reported that as of 2013, nearly 40% of New York City residents live in ethnic enclaves that include German Americans, Yugoslav Americans, Greek Americans, Italian Americans and many other groups that formed ethnic enclaves in the Big Apple and elsewhere.

Enclaves viewed as America’s melting pot

Another aspect of ethnic groups forming various ethnic enclaves is linked to language. For example, there are more than 700 languages spoken in New York City alone, states U.S. Census records. Also, the U.S. government records point to ethnic enclaves popping up in North America as far back as the 1600s when British explorers started to partial out land for various ethnic groups. This trend in dividing ethnic groups into various neighborhoods soon attracted European and Asian families to America where the fastest-growing ethnicities formed their own unique enclaves.

At the same time, the popularity of enclaves in America continues with many real estate brokers commenting online about a trend in certain people wanting to live in certain ethnic enclaves because “they feel more comfortable with people of their own ethnic background and heritage.” Today, there are thousands of neighborhoods across the U.S. that features enclaves of some sort that, in turn, define the neighborhood. For instance, there is “Chinatown” ethnic enclaves located in most major America cities.

Overall, it is interesting to note that each ethnic enclave developed during different eras in America, with many of these enclaves now reflecting the U.S. melting pot theme in a very dramatic and important way because these enclaves are really strong family units that work together to create vibrant and healthy communities.

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