Education: Now, Roots for Nearly Everybody

A Harvard guide to 106 ethnic groups in America

The inventor of Minute Rice, Ataullah K. Ozai-Durrani, was an immigrant who came to the U.S. from Afghanistan.

The city of St. Petersburg, Fla., was named by Businessman and Railroad Builder Peter Demyanoff-Demens, who came from St. Petersburg, Russia.

One of the proudest family legends, remembered almost as an epic among America's 12,000 Bosnian Muslims, is the digging of Chicago's subway tunnels in the early 1900s.

Such facts and thousands more concerning the clans, tribes and nationalities that made their way to America have now been converted...

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