Oyster Bay, New York<br />
November 28, 2010<br />
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Recent immigrants from across the globe, representing 28 countries, become American citizens at a naturalization ceremony held by the Department of Homeland Security on the porch of Teddy Roosevelt's home on Sagmore Hill in Long Island. When Roosevelt was President he sought to severely limit the number of immigrants arriving from Southern and Eastern Europe, and instituted quotas to make sure that Northern Europeans received citzenship.

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American History (part 3)
Oyster Bay, New York
November 28, 2010

Recent immigrants from across the globe, representing 28 countries, become American citizens at a naturalization ceremony held by the Department of Homeland Security on the porch of Teddy Roosevelt's home on Sagmore Hill in Long Island. When Roosevelt was President he sought to severely limit the number of immigrants arriving from Southern and Eastern Europe, and instituted quotas to make sure that Northern Europeans received citzenship.

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Photographer: Facing Change: Documenting America
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Date 4 May 2011
Location: Oyster Bay NY USA
Credit: Andrew Lichtenstein
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