Total cr ap, Italians and Irish were among some of the first immigrants to be viewed as white as far back as the 1600s in this country. Go read the General Assembly of 1647, although that is actual historical record book so you might not know understand it given you aren't educated in this matters and historical documentes aren't your M.O., dubious on line sites with fallacies are.<quoted text>
I think you need to reread my paragraph. It clearly states jews and irish were not instantly accepted as white. Nor was the italians.
"Under the first proclamation the right to take up land, was without restriction as to nationality, but by the one of 1636, it was expressly limited to persons of "British and Irish descent", 1 except that grants could be made, after 1648,
to persons of "French, Dutch, and Italian descent", in the discretion of the Governor 5 a limitation which was not removed until 1683, when, for the first time, the lands of Maryland were open to all white persons "living in or trading
within the Province", who choose to purchase them. 6"