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1. Later migrations of Black Loyalists, Italians, and Eastern Europeans mostly settled in the island's eastern part around the industrial Cape Breton region.

2. Much later migrations to Ecuador may have come via the Amazon tributaries, others descended from northern South America, and others ascended from the southern part of South America through the Andes.

3. Some believe that two language families, Eskimo–Aleut and Na-Dené, were distinct, perhaps the results of later migrations into the New World.

4. Later migrations through Tanzania led to settlement on the Kenyan coast where these communities established links with Arabian and Indian traders leading to the development of the Swahili culture.

5. Long Island has many ethnic Irish, Jews, and Italians, as well as an increasing numbers of Asians and Hispanics, reflecting later migrations.

6. Later migrations brought peoples from the west and north-west to the Xinjiang region, probably speakers of various Iranian languages such as the Saka tribes who dominated the kingdoms of Khotan and Shule.

7. Many Germans already living in those parts of Poland transferred to Russia, dating back to medieval and later migrations.

8. More recently, it has been settled by immigrants of later migrations, from Central and South America, and Asia.

9. Later migrations from Holmes County, Ohio would make this Amish community one of the largest in Pennsylvania.

10. The Nùng were superior to the Tho in cultivating wet rice and transformed poor lands, facilitating later migrations into adjoining areas.

11. Later migrations by other groups such as the Akan, Ewe, and Ga-Adangbe into Guan-settled areas would then have led to the development of Guan-speaking enclaves along the Volta and within the coastal plains.

12. Misirkov pointed there, that the population in Pomoravlje is autochthonous and Bulgarian by origin, excluding any later migrations during the Ottoman rule from Bulgaria.

13. Later migrations further complicate the study of migrations in this period.

14. This phenomenon established the older haplogroups found among Native Americans, and later migrations are responsible for northern North American haplogroups.

15. Although their numbers were small, the immigrants formed a beach-head for later migrations, which accelerated in the 1760s.

16. The current distribution of Lower Sepik-Ramu and Sepik (especially Ndu) reflects later migrations from the south and the east.

17. It is believed that the original tribes subsequently moved down to Central and South America under pressure from later migrations.

18. The name survived all the later migrations affecting the area, including the arrival of the Slavs and the creation of the Czech state.

19. Though there is evidence of an earlier Slavic settlement in 1297, it is believed that the current inhabitants are not their descendants, but rather come from later migrations in the 15th and 16th centuries.

20. Accordingly, most inhabitants of Neolithic Europe would have spoken Indo-European languages, and later migrations would have replaced the Indo-European varieties with other Indo-European varieties.

21. The culture was superseded as the result of the later migrations of West Slavs, in particular of the Pomeranians (Slavic tribe).

22. They followed the Shawnee's later migrations (1692–1754) through Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and finally Ohio.

23. Researchers proposed that these later migrations can decrease damage to beet fields as the leafhoppers stay on the fields for shorter periods of time overall.

24. Later migrations led some of them to Al Ain and Buraimi oases.

25. It first expanded in the northern Near East and Southern Caucasus soon, and later migrations from Iberia suggest that the clade reached Europe before the Last Glacial Maximum.

26. The other lines living in the area from later migrations are known as wëdhdh.

27. This was before the later migrations from Obowu area by the Ohuhu people.

28. Later migrations brought peoples from the west and northwest to the Xinjiang area, probably speakers of various Iranian languages such as the Saka tribes.

29. This company set precedent for later migrations of Latter-day Saints, such as the evacuation from Missouri that took place in 1839 and the more famous migrations from Illinois to Utah.

30. Later, migrations of Iroquoian peoples into what is now New York and the Great Lakes isolated the Algonquian peoples of New England from elsewhere, leading to an independent development of Eastern Algonquians.