Our Immigrants-Carrizo, Varela and Yezze

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Our Immigrants

Most of our immigrants came from European countries, mainly, Spain and Italy. However, around 1 out of 17 came from USA.

By Manuel Carrizo, Emilia Varela and Santiago Yezze

Most immigrants moved from their countries because of bad living conditions between 1900-1950. This was caused by WWI, as many European countries were crippled.  Furthermore, the ones who moved around the 1800s, the did so for economic reasons. Finally, the ones who came to Argentina in the 2000s moved because of family and working opportunities. This means no crisis at all.