Boston's North End
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This paper describes in broad brush view the changes in Boston's North End from 1630 through 1960, including the mix of ethnic and religious groups there and the events and conditions that eventually made the North End a generic culture.
From the Paper:"Boston's North End is home to a variety of ethnic groups, including primarily Italians, Irish and Jews. The changes that occurred to the North End during the years through ... arose from a variety of factors such as immigration, railroads, unions and the shift from a rural to an urban economy, and the ownership of stores and businesses in the North End was impacted by World War I, the stock market crash and the..."
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