high tide and low tide in great britain. photographs by michael marten
Every white girl I meet is one tablespoon ‘Native American’
In eastern Livingston Parish, Louisiana, due south of a small town called Albany, there exists the remnants of a rural ethnic Hungarian community that began over a century ago. By the beginning of the 20th century, hundreds of thousands of Hungarians had migrated to the United States in an attempt to improve their social condition and expand their economic opportunities. By 1920, Hungarians could be found in virtually every state in the Union, with their stronghold in states of the Northeast such as New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Illinois. Some of these Magyar immigrants found their way to the pine forests of southeastern Louisiana by 1896.
My hood! A-town for life!