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Kalmyk Americans

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kalmyk Americans
Total population
3,000
Regions with significant populations
New Jersey
Languages
American English, Kalmyk Oirat, Russian, Kyrgyz
Religion
Tibetan Buddhism, Tengrism

Kalmyk Americans are Americans of Kalmyk Mongolian ancestry.

American Kalmyks initially established communities in the United States following a mass immigration after World War II. The largest groups of Kalmyks originally settled primarily in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.[1] The majority of today's Kalmyk American population are descended from those Kalmyks who had fled Russia in late 1920 to places such as France, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and, later, Germany.

As a consequence of their decades-long migration through Europe, many original immigrant Kalmyk Americans could speak German, French, and Serbo-Croatian, in addition to Russian and their native Kalmyk language.

Many Kalmyks were stranded in German displaced persons camps for a number of years following the end of World War II. In 1955 they immigrated to the United States after the Tolstoy Foundation sponsored their passage.

There are several Kalmyk Buddhist temples in Monmouth County, New Jersey, (notably Freewood Acres, New Jersey) where the vast majority of American Kalmyks reside, as well as a Tibetan Buddhist Learning Center and monastery in Washington Township, New Jersey.

Notable people

See Also

References

  1. ^ American Kalmyks, narrated documentary, retrieved 2020-01-20

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This page was last edited on 15 April 2020, at 23:58
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