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This article examines Finnish-American press debates on "Finnishness" in the United States in the aftermath of a 1907 miners' strike on the Mesabi Range of northern Minnesota. Finnish workers had an extremely visible presence in the picket lines. The strike helped in dividing Finnish migrants into two hostile groups, conservatives and radicals, which disagreed vehemently on the question of how Finns should be seen by "Americans", an often vaguely defined group of people. As the articledoi:10.2478/njmr-2014-0028 fatcat:z4v6czlspremba6d7c3caqctmi