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History Immigration

Beginning in the early 20th century, immigrants from many ethnic backgrounds began settling in “the Bush.” The largest groups of new residents--Italians/Sicilians, Jews, and African Americans—were often unwelcome elsewhere in the city. These new settlers faced challenges—e.g. poverty, new language, stereotypes--similar to other immigrants of this era.


































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