Halloween Immigration

October 31, 2010 § 2 Comments

European immigrants brought Halloween to the United States, and the celebration really gathered steam in the 1800s, when Irish-American immigration exploded. In further trivia, pumpkins are thought to have originated in Central America

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§ 2 Responses to Halloween Immigration

  • Ian says:

    Really? Europeans made a great influence. Having a celebration for a Halloween is definitely exciting! That’s migration could do.

  • Arvid says:

    It’s nice knowing that Halloween celebration started from the european immigrants. It’s one way of family gathering and bonding moments.

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