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|American English, Kalmyk Oirat, Russian|
|Tibetan Buddhism, Tengrism|
Kalmyk Americans are Americans of Kalmyk descent. These people originated in Dzungaria (located in contemporary China), but moved to Russia in the 16th century where they were assimilated. In 2000, their number in New Jersey numbered about 3,000.
- Map Collection of the Library of Congress: "Carte de Tartarie" of Guillaume de L'Isle (1675-1726) ; shows territories of Kalmyks as in 1706.
- Kalmyk Mongolian Buddhist Center, Howell, New Jersey
- Tashi Lhunpo Temple, a Kalmyk Buddhist temple in Howell, New Jersey