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New African Immigrants, Caribbean and Africa, Difficulties of Assimilation
African immigration dates back to the 1860s . After the abolition of slave trade the first African immigrants came from Cape Verde off the coast of Senegal and made their way to Massachusetts. Between 1860 and 1940 about 20,000 immigrated to the United States.
According to U.S. Census figures, more Africans have arrived in the Untied States voluntarily than in the times of slave trade. According to Census records, immigration figures show that more than 350,000 Africans legally entered the U. S. in the 1990s. …
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