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German-American Day: October 6, 2019

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Joint Resolution 1987

Presidential Proclamation 2018

From the Library of Congress:

“The German immigrant story is a long one—a story of early beginnings, continual growth and steadily spreading influence. Germans were among the first Europeans to make their homes in the New World, and are among the United States' most recent arrivals. They were aboard the first boats that came ashore at Jamestown, and they built the rockets that took men to the moon. In the years in between, they moved into nearly every corner of the U.S., tried their hand at nearly every trade and pursuit, and helped shape the fundamental institutions of American life.”

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Key Stats:

Source: 2010-2014 American Community Survey, 5-Year Estimates.

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More Stats:

Source: 2017 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.

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Note: The table above is cropped on the right and bottom. Click on the image to see the full table.

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Source: International Data Base (1995-2025).

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From Census.gov > Business & Industry > Foreign Trade:

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Note: After you create an account, select options for “State Export Data (Origin of Movement)” or “State Import Data (State of Destination)” by “HS” or “NAICS.” Select “State,” “Measures,” “Commodity,” “Country” (select "Germany”) and/or “Time” for data. For more information, see Quick Start Guide. USA Trade Online does not provide direct links to the data.

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