Syrian immigrants have been making their home in Allentown, Pa., for more than a century. They began settling there in the late 1800s, first to work as peddlers and later to work in factories.
Today the town is home to one of the largest Syrian populations in the U.S. It's also a destination for newer arrivals — refugees fleeing the ongoing crisis in Syria. But Allentown residents don't agree on whether the town should welcome more of them.
'Proceed With Caution'