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Goerman, P. The Promised Land? The Lives and Voices of Hispanic Immigrants to the New South. New York: Routledge, 2006.

Gozdziak, Elzbieta, and Micah Bump. Poultry, Apples and New Immigrants in the Rural Communities of the Shenandoah Valley: An Ethnographic Case Study.

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? International Migration Review 42, no. 1 (2004): 149-164.

Gozdziak, E.M. and S.F. Martin, eds. Beyond the Gateway: Immigrants in a Changing America. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2005.

Kandel, W., and E. Parrado. Restructuring of the US Meat Processing Industry and New Hispanic Migrant Destinations. ? Population and Development Review 31, no. 3 (2005): 447-471.

Landolt Marticorena, P.A. The Causes and Consequences of Transnational Migration: Salvadorans in Los Angeles and Washington, DC. ? PhD diss. Johns Hopkins University, 2000.

Levitt, P. The Transnational Villagers. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.

Manning, R.D. Multicultural Washington, DC: The Changing Social and Economic Landscape of a Post-Industrial City. ? Ethnic and Racial Studies 21 (1998): 328-355.

Montes, S., and J. Garcia. Salvadoran Migration to the United States: An Exploratory Study. Washington DC: Georgetown University, Center for Immigration Policy and Refugee Assistance, Hemispheric Migration Project, 1988.

Singer, A. The Rise of New Immigrant Gateways. ? Brookings Institution. Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy and the Pew Center, 2004. http://www.brokkings. Edu/ dybdocroot /urban/pubs/20040301_gateways.pdf.

Singer, A., S. Friedman, I. Cheung, and M. Price. The World in a Zip Code: Greater Washington DC as a New Region of Immigration. ? Brookings Institution Survey Series. Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy. Brookings Greater Washington Research Program, 2001.

Repak, T.A. Waiting On Washington: Central American Workers in the Nation's Capital. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 1995.

Zarrugh, L. From Workers to Owners: Hispanic Entrepreneurs in the Shenandoah Valley. ? James Madison University, Special Collections Library, Burruss Local History Grants, 2004. http://www.lib.jmu.edu/special/services/burruss/ZarrughPaper. Aspx (accessed November 5, 2006).

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