"When you read the features, you must be shocked but all of them are true. Such as the US delegation, having bought 33 camels in total from Turkey, returned to the US, landing at in February 1856 at the Texas Port of Indianola. The roots of the Melungeons who are believed to be brought to the American continent by the Spanish sailors around 1500’s and to lie in Caucasia, the Mediterranean region and to Anatolia and more stories..." View items...
"Are you curious about how can you get help from India when you live in the U.S., how much do people send to their country from the U.S., want to compete in the U.S. market but you don't know how? How German exile scientist live in Turkey during the Hitler era? And now how many German live in Turkey? Interesting reports about various subjects." View items...
"Finding a job after completing MBA education, international study concerning the risk factors for cardiovascular disease... Different cases, different solutions from health to education system, business to social life... " View items...
"Atasay, Altinbas and Arpas are the three Turkish companies who started operating on the 46th and 47th Streets of downtown Manhattan. The region, which is currently home to around 50 Turkish jewelry companies, is known as the heart of the gold market. " View items...
Before arriving in Paterson, NJ four years ago, Yılmaz, a 30–year–old undocumented immigrant, led a migratory existence in Turkey, a lifestyle familiar to young people from his native Alaca, a small, impoverished town in the north.
The picture of Turkey in the mind of the German public is still largely dominated by the labor migration of the 1960s and 1970s. The integration performance of these so-called "Gastarbeiter" and their families is generally considered to be quite problematic, thereby creating a negative image of their country of origin.
Prof. Dr. Faruk Şen, director of the Turkey Research Center Association (TAM), recently published a book presenting the statistics he had compiled while doing research on Turks living in the European Union. He also chronicles his own experiences, as a Turk who has spent many years in Germany.
By Naim “Avigdor” Güleryüz* – Researcher On November 16, 1885 in Vienna, during the ceremony for the establishment of a new synagogue in the Zirkusgasse Second District, No.22, the president of the Sefarad, Vienna Jew Marcos Russo spoke to the invitees as follows: “When his majesty Franz-Josef is the emperor of Austria and his majesty Sultan Abdulhamid II is the emperor of the Ottoman Empire, when Sadullah Pasha is the ambassador of Ottoman Empire in Vienna and Marcos Russo is the president of the Turkish-Jewish community…the construction of this building is started in order to meet the religious need of the Jews of Sefarad…”
New York - In the year 532 AD, the Roman Emperor of the East, Justinian I, ordered the leading architect of the day to build a monument that would outshine all other religious buildings. The end result, which took five years to complete, was the Hagia Sophia, and it didn’t disappoint the emperor.
Naim Güleryüz / Researcher-Writer - Mrs. Laurette Schinasi came to Turkey in 1930 to meet with Department of Health officials in order to present a petition to found a children’s hospital in Manisa in line with the last will and testament of her husband, Morris Schinasi; he had died three years previously in the USA. Construction began immediately, following approval by the Department, and the then International Moris Şinasi Hospital was commissioned in 1933; it still serves the public today, as the Moris Şinasi Children’s Hospital.
Professor Sedat Isci of Aegean University continues to follow the trails of Turkish pioneers in America. During his research under the project titled “First Turkish Settlers in America: 1860-1921'' he identified five cemeteries in Detroit, and one in New York that belongs to early comers.
They started the long track to United States by leaving their homeland; most of them were from Harput (Elazığ). 1.2 million Ottoman citizens immigrated to United States between 1860 and 1921. 200,000 of them were from a Turkish and Muslim heritage and most of them returned back to their motherland since.
Kingsport, Tennessee is a small town around thirteen hours drive to New York. Tennessee, compared to the states such as New York, California and Florida where many immigrants live may be called “real America”.
The US, which was victorious in the Mexican War between 1846-1848, added what are now the states of Arizona, California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico to its lands. These new lands, which measured 529 thousand square miles, gained even more in importance when, in 1849, gold was discovered in the West.