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Italians in the United States

Francesco Cordasco

Italians in the United States

an annotated bibliography of doctoral dissertations completed at American universities, with a handlist of selected published bibliographies, related reference materials, and guide books for Italian emigrants

by Francesco Cordasco

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Published by Junius Press in Fairview, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Italian Americans -- Bibliography,
    • Dissertations, Academic -- United States -- Bibliography

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      StatementFrancesco Cordasco, and Michael Vaughn Cordasco.
      ContributionsCordasco, Michael Vaughn, 1950-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1361.I8 C663, E184.I8 C663
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 229 p. ;
      Number of Pages229
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3793152M
      ISBN 100940198002
      LC Control Number81081619

        They were Italian-Americans. Ma would go down in history as one of the darkest moments in the United States’ long history of anti-Italian : Erin Blakemore. Italians began migrating to other countries in the 19 century. During this time, more Italians migrated to South America then North America. Mass migration to the United States began in , but a substantial Italian immigration to the United States noted that between and , when around 7 million Italians came.

      New Italian Migrations to the United States Vol. 1: Politics and History since Reimagining the last seventy years of Italian migration. Italian immigration from to the present is an American phenomenon too little explored in our historical studies. Until now. The Italians of the South Village Beginning in the last decades of the nineteenth century, the southern part of Greenwich Village, known as the South Village, became a bustling Italian enclave. Between the s and the s, o Italians settled in this area south ofFile Size: 8MB.

        By , more than ten percent of all foreign-born people in the U.S. were Italian, and more than 4 million Italian immigrants had come to the United States. Italians were the biggest group of Author: Erin Blakemore. "Dr. Nelli describes the kinds of crime that prevailed in Italian immigrant enclaves in America; like most American crime, then as now, Italian crime was one aspect of the so-called culture of urban poverty—boys graduated from street gangs to criminal gangs. None of these gangs were very big until Prohibition brought the Great Leap Forward, to a level that Dr. Nelli calls.


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