September 17, 2014
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Jonathan Babchanik, 5, an American citizen by birth, sits with his parents and three of his 11 brothers and sisters as they become U.S. citizens at the Masonic Temple on Monday in Spokane.
May 1, 2007 in City on Page A1
Some came to the United States for riches, some for their faith, others for freedom. At Spokane’s Masonic Temple on Monday, there were at least 209 reasons to become American, …
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