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Greenlandic American

Greenlandic American
Kalaallit Amerikamiut
Total population
Greenlandic Americans
352[1]
Languages
American English, Greenlandic, Danish, Languages of Denmark
Religion
Christianity (Protestantism)
Related ethnic groups
Greenlanders, Danes, Greenlandic Canadian, Danish Americans, Faroese Americans, Scandinavian Americans, European Americans

Greenlandic Americans (Greenlandic: Kalaallit Amerikkarmiut) are Americans of Greenlandic descent. They could be variously considered as a sub-group of Danish Americans or as an independent group on their own, depending both on the development of relations between Denmark and Greenland as a whole and on whether an individual has Danish Greenlander ancestry, Inuit ancestry or both.

Notable Greenlandic Americans

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