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Greeks in Michigan

by Stavros Frangos

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Published by Michigan State University Press in East Lansing .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Michigan
    • Subjects:
    • Greek Americans -- Michigan -- History,
    • Greek Americans -- Michigan -- Social conditions,
    • Michigan -- Ethnic relations,
    • Michigan -- Social conditions

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-77) and index.

      StatementStavros K. Frangos.
      SeriesDiscovering the peoples of Michigan
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF575.G7 F73 2004
      The Physical Object
      Pagination83 p. :
      Number of Pages83
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3294631M
      ISBN 100870136798
      LC Control Number2004015880

      Contact Us: E. Grand River Ave East Lansing, MI Map / Store Info Toll Free# () Local# () Fax# () [email protected] Ypsilanti (/ ˌ ɪ p s ɪ ˈ l æ n t i / IP-sil-AN-tee, sometimes mispronounced / ˌ j ɪ p-/ YIP-), commonly shortened to Ypsi, is a city in Washtenaw County in the U.S. state of Michigan, perhaps best known as the home of Eastern Michigan of the census, the city's population The city is bounded to the north by Superior Township and on the west, south, and east.

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      The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology / edited by Roger D. Woodard. Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. Main Library BLC36 A unique resource, 'The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology' is essential reading for understanding not only Greek myth, but also its enormous impact on art, architecture, literature, politics and philosophy across the ages. The collection of essays in Greek Music in America, edited by Tina Bucuvalas, highlights the history and the people who brought Greek music to the United States and continued the rich tradition to the present day. Among the contributors to the book is The National Herald contributor Stavros K. Frangos.


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Stavros (Steve) Frangos is a regular contributor of articles on Greek-American history to the National Herald, a Greek-American newspaper published in New York. He probably knows more about Greek-American history than any other writer active today, and he writes well/5(2).

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From the padrone system to the church communities, Greek institutions have both exploited and served Greek immigrants, and from scattered communities across the state to enclaves in Detroit, Greek immigrants have retained and celebrated Greek Cited by: 2.

Stavros K. Frangos describes how such preconceptions and the competing desires to retain heritage and to assimilate have shaped the Greek experience in Michigan. From the padrone system to the church communities, Greek institutions have both exploited and served Greek immigrants, and from scattered communities across the state to enclaves in Detroit, Greek immigrants have retained and celebrated Greek.

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The American settlers of the Old Northwest Territory had definite notions of Greeks and Greek. According to the Daughters of Penelope Annual Convention Ad Book, four of the local Daughter of Penelope officers were not Greek, although married to Greeks.

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Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) - Ann Arbor (Mich.) - 72 pages. The influence of Greek culture on Michigan began long before the first Greeks arrived. From the padrone system to the church communities, Greek institutions have both exploited and served Greek immigrants, and from scattered communities across the state to enclaves in Detroit, Greek immigrants have retained and celebrated Greek culture.

Greece and the American imagination --The Greek War of Independence: the Detroit Press coverage --Going to the "Ksentia": the mass migration, --Greek communities in Michigan --Public presentation of ethnicity --The man with the branded hand --American-Greek Society in Michigan, and beyond. The influence of Greek culture on Michigan began long before the first Greeks arrived.

The American settlers of the Old Northwest Territory had definite notions of Greeks and Greek culture. America and its developing society and culture were to be the "New Athens," a locale where the resurgence in the values and ideals of classical Greece were.

The influence of Greek culture on Michigan began long before the first Greeks arrived. The American settlers of the Old Northwest Territory had definite notions of Greeks and Greek culture.

America and its developing society and culture were to be the "New Athens," a locale where the resurgence in the values and ideals of classical Greece were to be reborn.

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The American settlers of the Old Northwest Territory had definite notions of Greeks and Greek culture. Yes, there was a Greektown Mafia. in that area long ago. The Peter and Paul, The Vitalli Bros. used to own a Greek Restuarant called the Grecian Gardens on Monroe St. in the s. In the s that restaurant was raided by Detroit Police led by Capt.

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Frangos was published in by Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, Michigan. The 41 Greek names mentioned in this book are transcribed below. If you are interested in seeing a copy of this book it is available through the U.S.

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With hard work, belief in the Orthodox faith, and commitment to education, Greeks ascended in Chicago, and America, to positions of responsibility and success.

Today Greek Americans are among the wealthiest and most successful of immigrant s: 1. The influence of Greek culture on Michigan began long before the first Greek arrived.

This study describes how competing desires to retain heritage and to assimililate have shaped the Greek experience in Michigan. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Subjects. Subject Greek Americans > Michigan > History.

Greek Americans > Michigan > Social conditions. Percentage of Greeks in Michigan by Zip Code. Percentage of Greeks in the United States by Zip Code. Percentage of Greeks in the United States by City. Select City in Michigan # Location (# Zip Codes) City Report % Greeks: National Rank: 1.

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