Fewer in Twin Cities line up with Nordic roots
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Nordic flavor that has profoundly marked Minnesota's culture for more than a century is gradually fading as fewer residents identify by their German, Norwegian or Swedish roots, according to U.S. Census data released Thursday.
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