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Rebecca Nappi / The Spokesman-Review

Three members of Spokane’s Italian-American Club talk about why so many Italian immigrants found work on the railroad when the biggest wave of immigrants came to the United States at the turn of the 20th century. Henry Garofano speaks first, followed by a short comment by John Salomone and ending with a longer comment by Etter Milla.

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