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Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Communities and Banking
Who are New England's immigrants?
Mamie Marcuss with Ricardo Borgos
Abstract

Foreign immigration is driving New England's population growth and shaping the region's economic and demographic character. Who are the region's immigrants? Where do they live? How are they doing? An analysis by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston answers some of these questions.


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Mamie Marcuss with Ricardo Borgos, "Who are New England's immigrants?" , Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Communities and Banking, issue Fall, pages 10-21, 2004.
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