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Unformatted text preview: DNY 1/28/08 Neighborhood- housing, similar cultures, people pockets of immigration (little italy, china town) New York—overwhelmingly religious city 2/4/08 Overview of religions in New York City many people have came to NYC because of their religions people have came to flee organized religion religious prosecution Native Americans came to America from Mongolia via the bering streit one accepted religion in NYC when set up (Dutch)- when English came more different religions was introduced- 96% foreign born or parents were foreign born in early 20 th century congregations tend to be very similar since mid-19 th century, Roman Catholics have had the most population within NYC 64% of Hispanics in NYC are Roman Catholic Karl Marx— Started writing during Industrial Revolution Ocims Razor- one should not increase beyond what is necessary to explain a certain entity. Critical thinking— February 11, 2008 QUIZ ON MARCH 3 RD--- Be on chapters 1-3 Be on film and class notes.. Also due on March 3 rd Project outlines for semester project The history on NYC’s religion is intertwined with the immigration patterns. The history on NYC’s religion is intertwined with the immigration patterns....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course DNY 1000C taught by Professor Varanzano during the Spring '08 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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