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  1. Immigrant Life

    from the December 2004 issue

    Immigrant Life The following story originally appeared in the NY Times on Monday October We have condensed the article in order to provide insight into the situations that our ancestors encountered upon arriving in their new country Ten Were Killed In Subway Disaster Of fourteen men buried by the collapse of the roof in the rapid transit tunnel at One Hundred and Ninety-fifth Street on Saturday night ten are dead and the remaining four seriously injured Blasts had been made in the section under Fort George hill and a few minutes later a gang of twenty-two men had gone into...

  2. Immigrant Life

    from the March 2014 issue

    Jim Dwyer in his About New York column that appeared in the New York Times last month reported on the opening of the new glass elevator at the Dyckman Street Station on the No line in northern Manhattan In his column Mr Dwyer recalled the construction of the city s first subway line The first subway line of New York the No burst from the ground at a place in Upper Manhattan called Fort George Hill around March having traveled two miles north from around th Street through solid rock It was a conquest of geology blasting through rock that...

  3. Immigrants

    from the April 2011 issue

    Excerpt from Italian Pride - Reasons to Be Proud You re Italian by Federico and Stephen Moramarco Although it can be said that Italians were the first Europeans to emigrate to America C h r i s t o p h e r C o l u m b u s a n d Amerigo Vespucci the first major wave of emigration from Italy to America occurred in the late s coinciding with the time Italy declared itself a unified nation That unity however came at a great price Living conditions in the area south of Rome known as the...

  4. Index of Newsletter Topics

    from the October 2008 issue

    Index of Topics in ewsletters of the Italian Genealogical Group Volume - September to June Articles A Cousin Found and Lost A Holland Nov Adventures Continues M Verna Nov Avoiding Assumptions M J Neill Feb Apr Christopher Columbus Oct CMU Team s Scanner Unlocks Secrets from the Past J Vellucci Mar Federation of Genealog Societies W Gimello Dec Holiday Memories Southern Italian Style M Genovese Jan Justice WWII Ital-Amer Immigrants Oct Mystery of the Grave A DiBartolo Dec Myth of Ellis Island Name Changes R Eastman Mar Ossi da morte M Genovese Nov Regaining the Momentum J Smith Jun Searching...

  5. Index of Topics in Newsletters of the Italian Genealogical Group Volume 20 September 2013 to June 2014

    from the September 2014 issue

    A Gift to My Father - Jo Solomito Haslam Nov A Hour Genealogy Celebration - Toni McKeen Oct Ask the Laywer Italy s Legal System - G Girardi Esq Feb Avoid Frustration of Wrong Family - Paul Duxbury Apr Becoming Americans Italian Experience in the New World - M Falabella Nov Brooklyn Bakery Named for No One - Jancee Dunn Apr Columbus Day Oct Connections and Coincidences - Michael S Genovese Jun Discovering That I Was Italian - Bob LaNoce May Everyone Has A Story - Dr Marilyn Verna Feb Excellence in Genealogy - NGS Awards Jun Family Search Blog...

  6. Index of Topics-Volume 19

    from the September 2013 issue

    Index of Topics in Newsletters of the Italian Genealogical Group Volume - September to June Articles Ways to Find Your East European Ancestors in - Lisa Alzo Feb Year Old Rabbi Barbara Aiello Rescues Lost Worlds - Interviewed by Susan Schnur May A Letter Leads to New Cousins- Sabina B Anselmo Mar Arlington National Cemetery Update Dec Barry s Gen Tip Occupations MyGenShare com Oct Battagliese-Genealogia Dec Case of Pasquale Imperato - Armand Tarantelli Apr Celebrations At First Invite She Declined- Newsday A Celebrations Sep Church Restoration Floral Park NY Oct Churches of New York City -Merrill White NY Times...

  7. Index September, 2005-June, 2006

    from the September 2006 issue

    Index of Topics in Newsletters of the IGG Volume - September to June Arizona Researching Italian Ancestors in Arizona Jun Cristofore Colombo Wm S Gimello Oct Easter in Italy Apr Go Online P Warren Jan Giuseppe P DiMaggio J Battagliese Sep Year F Progl Sep Mystery of Cipriano Pedrini M Smolenyak May Reaching Out to Extended Family M Neill Sep Searching Your Ancestry Wm Battagliese Oct Short Story T Annicelli Feb Taking Another Look J Smith Jun Time Traveling With Ancestors M Taylo Jun Using Roots Web Heffernan Apr Why Are They Buried There G Morgan May WW I Draft...

  8. Initial Steps in Finding Your Ancestors

    from the December 2010 issue

    Their history is your history This has been the theme of my genealogy lectures over the years Nonna would have said it something like la lora storia e la nostra storia For many Italian-Americans our families may have immigrated to America about years ago My maternal great grandparents arrived at the Castle Garden New York City immigration station on May on the ship Vincenzo Florio having departed from Naples This was unknown to me until I started serious genealogical research But how do we start the research Begin With Yourself Gather all the family stories and documents you have Then...

  9. Initial Steps in Finding Your Ancestors

    from the January 2011 issue

    Finding the Immigrant Ship s Manifest With the initial research steps highlighted in the first Genealogy article we can now continue to procure other US records of our family Records that will reveal key information to ultimately obtain Italian records The jewel of family history documents for many of us is the actual Ship s Manifest listing our family member s arrival in America The manifest is usually the first recorded history of our family in America From the US Census we learned the year they first came to America Keep in mind however that the and census reports might...

  10. Inside Story

    from the October 2010 issue

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  11. Interesting Articles

    from the February 2004 issue

    The following articles can be found on the Web Hopefully some of you will find them useful Below you will find a brief description of each article and the URL where it can be found - Port of Entry Can Help Find Ancestral Records While a few immigrants here and there came through the odd door most came through specified ports of entry http gentod com columns everyday html - Basics of Land Record Research The acquisition of land had an effect upon the colonization and settlement of the United States Land is human history Your research should always include...

  12. Interesting History

    from the March 2011 issue

    They used to use urine to tan animal skins so families used to all pee in a pot and then once a day it was taken and sold to the tannery If you had to do this to survive you were Piss Poor But worse than that were the really poor folk who couldn't even afford to buy a pot They didn't have a pot to piss in and were the lowest of the low The next time you are washing your hands and complain because the water temperature isn't just how you like it think about how things used...

  13. It Happened in Italy

    from the November 2010 issue

    Ambassador chats with author Elizabeth Bettina about her new book detailing the experiences of Holocaust survivors in Italy Elizabeth Bettina is the author of the book It Happened in Italy Untold Stories of How the People of Italy Defied the Horrors of the Holocaust Released by Thomas Nelson Publishers in the book tells the virtually unknown and almost unbelievable story of Jews who survived World War II in Italy Bettina began researching the story in after being inspired by an old photograph of Jews standing on the steps of her maternal grandmother's church in the town of Campagna near Salerno...

  14. It's Not in the Court House

    from the May 2010 issue

    Five Reasons It's ot in the Courthouse Five Reasons It's ot in the Courthouse and divorce records in Nevada are only available from the county Since records may have been permanently relocated it is important to make contact with the county in advance of a visit or ordering records Reason Four Records Have Been Lost or Destroyed General William Tecumseh Sherman did not destroy every courthouse in Georgia as one genealogist once tried to convince me Nor did the Union Army destroy all the courthouses in Tennessee Mississippi and Alabama as others have tried to convince me Don't laugh though...

  15. It's What You Do With It

    from the June 2009 issue

    It s ot What You Find It s What You Do With It We ve come a long way technologically with family history research tools Years ago locating a record sometimes meant many hours cranking away at a microfilm reader and often transcribing the record because there was no machine to print it out Now with many records we can sit in the comfort of our homes and locate our ancestors with the click of a mouse Another click prints a copy and with another click we can attach it to our electronic family tree Voila We re done Ah...

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