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how were churches and religious groups involved with immigration????

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  1. Churches and other religious organizations provided a place for new immigrants to meet, socialize, and worship together with others from their home countries. Many organizations also helped the immigrants learn English and adapt to the new culture.

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  2. I'm doing a report on hitler and i was wondering if years in vienna, WW1 and led beer hall putsch were all some how related and if they are how ?

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  3. Pankti -- please click Post a New Question, and then ask your question. It's confusing when questions are posted in the answer spaces.

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