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Irish Immigrants
 Dorchester in the early nineteenth century was attracting numerous workers to the extensive industrial concerns along the Neponset River.

For the pdf version of an article about Irish Immigrantion entitled "First Irish Immigrants to Dorchester Worked in Lower Mills Factories, Met Some Resistance" -- by Anthony Sammarco published in the Dorchester Community News, March 4, 1994, Click here

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Created: June 10, 2007   Modified: February 19, 2008