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Not all of the 5.3 million Italians who immigrated to the United States between 1820 and 1978 came through Ellis Island. Many came through other ports, including the Port of Boston. Exactly how many stayed in Boston is not known, but it was enough to make Italians the second largest ancestry group in Boston, after the Irish. Most settled initially in the North End; others settled in East Boston, the West End, Roxbury, and other neighborhoods.

Most of Boston's Italian immigrants were southern Italians who had little money and could not speak English. They faced many hardships in the early years, including exploitation and discrimination. Contrary to popular myth, they did not improve their lot solely by working hard; they held protest rallies, organized labor unions, and were extremely active in the Democratic party. In addition, they were aided by local charitable organizations, mutual aid societies, and federal programs such as the Works Progress Administration and the G.I. Bill.

After World War II, with the help of the G.I. Bill, many were able to attend college and join the ranks of the middle class. Many obtained home loans through the G.I. Bill and moved to the suburbs. The North End has been gentrified, but retains some of its old character in the form of Italian restaurants 

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Property info

Property size in sq meter(s): m2

No. of Available Bedrooms in Property: 0

No. of Available Bathrooms in Property: 0

City fee: 0$

Cleaning fee: 0 $

Property prices

Price per night: 345 $

Price per 5+ nights: 1500 $

Price per 15+ nights: 4500 $

Price per 30+ nights: 9000 $

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