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Memorial Day Weekend: Time for an Immigration Vacation

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 25, 2011  

From the Lackawanna Coal Mine to the Lower East Side, here's your guide to immigration attractions in the area.

Neglected for Generations, Irish Language Gains Popularity at Long Island Hibernian Hall

by Jacqueline Sweet on May 12, 2011  

Jacqueline Sweet visits the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Babylon.

Germans in the Civil War: The Letters They Wrote Home

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 10, 2011  

A new installment of Immigration Bookshelf.

“What Killed Marcelo Lucero?” Comes to Patchogue for the First Time

by Ted Hesson on April 25, 2011  

The performance is part of an initiative of the Welcoming Long Island campaign.

Spirit of Colombian Immigrant Killed in Afghanistan Guides War Documentary “Restrepo” [VIDEO]

by Ted Hesson on April 25, 2011  

Juan "Doc" Restrepo is an unseen force in a moving film.

The Harp and the Eagle: Irish American Volunteers and the Union Army

by Patrick Young, Esq. on April 20, 2011  

This installment of Immigration Bookshelf looks at Irish immigrant soldiers in the Union Army.

Community Grows Around Traditional South Indian Dishes at House of Dosas in Hicksville

by Marcella Veneziale on April 19, 2011  

South Indian immigrants and in-the-know vegetarians mingle at the restaurant.

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