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Scope/Content: Sara Velazquez came to the United States alone when the youngest of her four children was ten. After a few years she found ways to get all of them and her husband to Orange County. Like three of the other four Latina immigrants in this book, she worked for a time as a live-in nanny/housekeeper before taking up housecleaning.
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