Russian American

Russian American

Russian Americans are primarily Americans who trace their ancestry to Russia. The definition can be applied to recent Russian immigrants to the United States, as well as to settlers of 19th century Russian settlements in northwestern America which includes today's Alaska, California, and Oregon.

Some Rusyn Americans identify as Russian American.

Read more about Russian American:  Demographics, Russian Press in The USA, See Also

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