2013-01-17 / Columns
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Orphan Trains “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses.” These compassionate words on the Statue of Liberty in New York, on Ellis Island, begged landstarved European immigrants to come and populate a developing new America in the 1880s. And they came by the millions.
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