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Senior, Clarence, 1903-1974; Strangers then Neighbors

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.250 Author/Creator: Senior, Clarence, 1903-1974; Place Written: New York, New York Type: Pamphlet Date: 1961 Pagination: 86 p. ; 20.9 x 14 cm.

One book entitled, "Strangers then Neighbors: From Pilgrims to Puerto Ricans," written by Clarence Senior dated 1961. Consists of the history of immigration to the United States; the misconception that foreigners are largely responsible for crime; data of Puerto Rican's migration from 1910-1960 and their impact on the economy; a photo essay; and inequality in housing, labor and representation.

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