|South Holland Farm Houses, n.d.
Two faces of agriculture in South Holland. The Paarlberg House reflects the economic success achieved by many early settlers who owned and worked their own farms. The Mexican migrant worker's home demonstrates the shift to itinerant and seasonal labor recruited from outside the community.
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