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        Churning Butter | U.S. Immigration | 1840's to present | U.S. History

        circa 1955: A grandmother shows a child how to churn butter in the dairy co-operative town of Esko in Minnesota. This small Finnish community is proud of its national origins even though no-one of Finnish direct immigration remains today. (Photo by George Pickow/Three Lions/Getty Images)

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