New Braunfels, TX
Johann Michael Jahn. Johann Michael Jahn (1816-1883) came to New Braunfels in 1845 as a colonist with the German Emigration Company. He married Anna Klein Bellmer in 1850. A "Tischlermeister" or master craftsman, Jahn established a business making fine hand-crafted furniture. Active in civic affairs, he was elected one of the first alderman of the city. After Jahn's death, his son and grandson operated the business, and built this building in 1910. The company continued until the 1930s. Jahn's works have been displayed locally and at the Witte Museum in San Antonio. 
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Hagerstown, MD 21740 Washington County
This bridge was constructed by Irish immigrants. This is where the saying “paying off the dead horse,” came out. This is because they worked on the bridge to pay off the cost it took to immigrate from their home country to America. Working conditions were rough and locals would provoke and taunt the immigrants. The bridge was finished in 1823, but since then had some work done to it. In 1931 the bridge was widened.
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Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Historic Filipinotown, "Hi Fi," is an ethnic enclave in Los Angeles' 13th district made from the communities of Silver Lake and Echo Park. Previously known as Little Manila, Hi Fi was proposed by council member Eric Garcetti on 02 August 2002, currently serves to preserve the neighborhood's history, and promotes cultural and social unity not just among a Filipino population but one that reflect's LA growing diversity.
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1070 East Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44108
This memorial garden commemorates the journey of the Hungarian people to America. It contains three bust of prominent figures of the Hungarian community. These figures are Endre Ady, Imre Madach and Joseph Remenyi . This garden encompasses a feeling of peace and acceptance. 
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Berlin, Marathon County, Wisconsin
The granite monument celebrates the heritage of the Pomeranian immigrants that settled in Central Wisconsin, and the legacy that their presence in the region has left.
South of Castle Clinton, The Battery, NYC
Statue depicts figures of various ethnic groups and eras, including an Eastern European Jew, a freed African slave, a priest, and a worker. The statue is made of Bronze.
Ellis Island
Stature depicting young girl, Annie Moore, the first immigrant to pass through Ellis Island at the age of 17 from Cork County, Ireland. She looks into the distance.
Cleveland Cultural Gardens
The structure is a cement shaft curved at the top in the shape of a petal or a leaf. Inside the petal/leaf shape are pieces of wood in the shape of flames. Sandstone walkways surround the structure, representing the Baltic Sea, which played a significant role in the Estonian people's immigration to America. Estonian flags extend from either side of the structure. Inscribed on the monument are the words, "But the time will come when all torches will burst into flame at both ends." This is an excerpt from the poem Kalevipoeg written by Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald in the 1850s. Caption  
Nogales, AZ 85621
This settlement of O'odham people was first visited in January 1691 and they established it as a mission. By 1701 a small church was started and Juan de San Martin was the first resident priest.
1880 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
There are busts of Jean Sibelius, noted composer of “Finlandia”, Elias Lonnrot, doctor and author of the epic poem, “Kalevala,” Johan Vilhelm Snellman, statesman, and Johan Ludvig Runeberg, national poet and author of the Finnish national anthem, “Maame.”