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        Mexican Day Laborers Dividing Small New York Town | U.S. Immigration | 1840's to present | U.S. History

        392811 13: A sign welcomes people to Farmingville, New York August 3, 2001 while day laborers, mostly undocumented Mexican immigrants, wait for work on the street corner. Many residents of Farmingville, a middle class community of 15,800 residents, say the over 1,000 seasonal workers who arrive in the town every summer are hurting property values and raising safety concerns.

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