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For Lithuanians, identity threatened

By Monica Rhor
Globe Staff / May 31, 2004

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For more than a century, St. Peter Lithuanian Church, a red-brick building tucked between a patchwork of housing projects and an array of alphabetic South Boston streets, has been the core of the city's Lithuanian community. This is where Lithuanian newcomers, fleeing economic hardship, the turmoil of two world wars, and the communist rule that seemed to swallow their country ... (Full Article: 1205 Words)

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