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Cambodia in the Mill City: The Place-Making Influence of an Urban Ethnic Enclave
In Lowell, Massachusetts, a city with a long history of serving as a magnet for immigrants, the Cambodian community is both the most recent and most populous immigrant group that has helped transformed this postindustrial city into one of the most ethnically diverse in New England. This research seeks to explore the ways in which the development and growth of an ethnic community can influence the place-making process and built environment of cities. Specifically, this thesis conducts a casedoi:10.57709/3489397 fatcat:pcxdcgrupvedfdmbquekfctici