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A large wave of Breton immigrants arrived in the New York City area during the 1950s and 1960s. Many settled in the East Elmhurst neighborhood of Queens.However according to this article https://www.letelegramme.fr/soir/bretons-d-amerique-gangs-of-new-york-26-02-2018-11867230.php, there are more than 10,000 Bretons that left their native land to emigrate to New York. They had apparently very-well integrated into New York society due to their Celtic heritages being comparable to the Irish one, however, they are still very attached to their homeland. There is also a soccer team in Queens.
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- Jack Kerouac
- Charles Kergaravat, founder of BreizhAmerika
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