The One Minute Geographer: The Azores: Closer Than You Think

In southern New England is the largest community of Portuguese immigrants and Portuguese American citizens in the United States. Most recent immigrants in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut came not from continental Portugal, but from the Azores Islands that are part of Portugal.

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Geography professor (retired) writes The One Minute Geographer with a featured series: This Fragile Earth, and a book review series: Great Translations

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