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Diaspora Vintage Portraits: Family home in northeastern Mexico
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submitted by Kathy Kenny on 08.07.2009
Copyright (2009) Kathy Kenny

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Former home of Kabande (Khawandeh) family in San Pedro de las Colonias, Coahuila, Mexico. My grandmother, Katrina Saade Kabande, moved there in 1914 from Bethlehem. There was a sizeable Palestinian community in this cotton-growing area of northeastern Mexico at the time. The Kabandes were merchants.

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