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“Let’s Have Coffee” – Remembering our Great-Grandparents at Christmas

“Let’s Have Coffee” December 23rd Remembering our Great Grandparents at Christmas * While enjoying an Almond Baguette and a Ricotta Pie Frank, two days before Christmas encourages us to remember our  Great Grandparents  Frank talks about those forgotten people from our past that even though we may not have actually known them… we still love […]

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NY – Little Italy – Mulberry Street – Then & Now

Little Italy Mulberry street * Little Italy used to extend south to Worth Street, north to Kenmare St, west to LaFayette and east to the Bowery. * Join us on the NEXT PAGE for this “Then and Now” Video

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Immigration through Ellis Island

Immigration through Ellis Island –  Ellis Island is an island that is located in Upper New York Bay in the Port of New York and New Jersey, United States Of America. It was the gateway for millions of immigrants to the United States as the nation’s busiest and most crowed immigrant inspection station from 1892 […]

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Australian Migration – The Italian Experience

Australian Migration “The Italian Experience” * Italian Australians are the fourth largest ethnic group in Australia, consisting of Italian-born residents and Australian-born citizens of Italian descent.  The 2006 Census counted 199,124 people who were born in Italy.  In 2011, 916,100 persons identified themselves as having Italian ancestry, either alone or in combination with another ancestry. […]

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A Touching Story of Italian Migration

A Touching Story of Italian Migration  * Did you know that is 1921 The US Governement imposed stringent quotas on immigration from Italy into the United States? This forced many young Italians who had planned to immigrate to the United States to choose places like Australia, Argentina and Brazil.  * Eyeopening Video on THE NEXT […]

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