Many poor Dutch found themselves in factory districts in Buenos Aires and Rosario, where they lived in tenements and worked in menial factory jobs until they could pick up enough Spanish to get by. Alsina sharply criticized the government's policies for Arroyos Tres Prostitute in an Arroyos Tres Prostitute in immigration. In the Reverend A. Families predominated in the first wave; from to74 percent were married. The congregation received Van Lonkhuijzen with tears of joy; their prayers of many years had finally been answered. The Dutch colonies were widely dispersed and lacked clerical leadership for years. The others withered away. The Buenos Aires congregation dates from Of the dozen and more missionary pastors sent out by the CRCNA, he served the longest--twenty yearsand his ministry was marked by much success. The national census reported only 38 men and 15 women had married persons of other nationalities. In an article in De Standaard, Van Riet had advised prospective immigrants to emulate the successful North American transplanting of the s.