Among Schoolchildren - Isla del Encanto, Chapters 1-2, (pg 231- 258) Summary & Analysis

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Isla del Encanto, Chapters 1-2, (pg 231- 258) Summary and Analysis

Because Chris is from Holyoke, she has remained a member of the same congregation for her entire life. Although the population of the congregation has shifted from white to mostly Hispanic, Chris will not give up her church because she enjoys the priests and sermons. Chris thinks that by staying with her church, it has allowed her to learn more about the Puerto Rican Community. The church traditions have changed slightly, which always catches Chris off guard. But she soon adjusts and is also carried away by new traditions and customs.

Holyoke is a city dealing with a population in transition. The town's history has Irish roots, but recent times have brought an influx of the Puerto Rican population. After World War II Puerto Ricans flooded the United States...

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