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  1. Professor Stanislao Pugliese

    from the March 2011 issue

    Our February speaker Prof Stanislao Pugliese is a professor of European and I tal i an- American Studies His field of expertise is the Italian anti-Fascist Resistance and the role of Italian Jews in the movement The topic of Prof Pugliese s lecture was Primo Levi and the Holocaust in Italy Prof Pugliese began by describing the nature of Mussolini s brand of Fascism which initially was not anti-Semitic Until Jews in Italy were an important ingredient in Italian politics In mid- s however Mussolini began to copy more and more of Hitler s policies including Nazi anti-Semitism In August...

  2. Profiles From Four Corners

    from the February 2006 issue

    Our profile this month is Grace A Lancieri Olivo a resident of Atlantic City New Jersey Grace is originally a Long Islander grew up in Queens and then moved to North Bellmore when she was eleven where her brother still lives She has been married years to Leo a casino supervisor they have two children Frank who teaches Italian and has lived in Italy and Mary Grace is the editor of the Comunes of Italy which is published to promote Italian genealogy and culture through awareness research lecturing instruction and the preservation and understanding of genealogical and historical research The...

  3. Profiles From the Four Corners

    from the March 2004 issue

    It is our hope that our members will take advantage of this column to tell their story or any tidbit about researching their ancestry Each month we hope to profile and feature at least one member s story You may send articles by mail to Michael S Genovese IGG Membership Profiles Daisy Avenue Floral Park New York or e-mail your story as a Word attachment to mikegino aol com This month s sharing comes from Norma Di Francesco Milas of South Park P e n n s yl v a n i a Norma has been researching her family history...

  4. Profiles From the Four Corners

    from the June 2004 issue

    This month's corner includes two profiles Margaret Orsatti from Revesby Australia and Marie Spinner from Chapel Hill North Carolina In ancient times mankind s view of cosmology was that the universe and all that it contained existed within its corners Thus the number four was used to symbolize totality We too utilize the number in this column to symbolize the geographic totality of our membership from the all over the earth Each member has a unique story or personal quest or spiritual journey to connect with their ancestors This column is dedicated to our members at large It is our...

  5. Profiles From the Four Corners

    from the September 2004 issue

    Monsignor Joseph Perrotti who also lived in this house with all of them The parishioners became quite angry at this turn of events so Giovanni and Guiditta sent Eugenia to Lyon France where she worked in the famous lace factory there and had her child She left her daughter to be raised by unknown persons- why we do not know She came back to Newark and a few years later was pregnant again under the same circumstances She went back to Lyon and left her son with the same family and returned to the US in She kept up a...

  6. Profiles From the Four Corners

    from the November 2004 issue

    In ancient times mankind's view of cosmology was that the universe and all that it contained existed within its corners Thus the number four was used to symbolize totality We too utilize the number in this column to symbolize the geographic totality of our membership from the all over the earth Each member has a unique story or personal quest or spiritual journey to connect with their ancestors This column is dedicated to our members at large It is our hope that our members will take advantage of this column to tell their story or any tidbit about researching their...

  7. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the September 2005 issue

    In ancient times mankind's view of cosmology was that the universe and all that it contained existed within its corners Thus the number four was used to symbolize totality We too utilize the number in this column to symbolize the geographic totality of our membership from the all over the earth Each member has a unique story or personal quest or spiritual journey to connect with their ancestors This column is dedicated to our members at large It is our hope that our members will take advantage of this column to tell their stories about researching their ancestry Future membership...

  8. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the October 2005 issue

    In ancient times mankind's view of cosmology was that the universe and all that it contained existed within its corners Thus the number four was used to symbolize totality We too utilize the number in this column to symbolize the geographic totality of our membership from the all over the earth Each member has a unique story or personal quest or spiritual journey to connect with their ancestors This column is dedicated to our members at large It is our hope that our members will take advantage of this column to tell their story or any tidbit about researching their...

  9. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the November 2005 issue

    Profiles from the Four Corners Michael S Genovese We have three short announcements this month one from Trapani Italy one from San Diego California and the third from Henderson Nevada Maurizio Macaluso is a journalist from the commune of Trapani in the Region of Sicily He writes for a local newspaper which has a section dedicated to those Trapanese emigrants who wish to share their story He invites our members to share their stories about their ancestors If any of our members have family from the area of Trapani or any nearby town and remember any story of their ancestors'...

  10. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the December 2005 issue

    Profiles from the Four Corners Michael S Genovese We would like to welcome our new members who come from a variety of these four corners Our most recent subscribers include Anna Lyons a resident of Manhasset New York Anna is researching her family surnames Marino Mangiaracina DiGiovanna and Abruzzo from the commune of Santa Margherita Belice Agrigento Sicily as well as Cerami and Lodico from Petralia Soprana Palermo Sicily and DiBella from Polizzi Generosa Palermo Sicily Gladys Schurrman who hails from Lakewood New Jersey with surnames of Grasso and Cordiano Janice Haigh with residency in Columbia Connecticut gift membership from...

  11. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the January 2006 issue

    Profiles from the Four Corners Michael S Genovese Our special profile this month is IGG member Thomas Resciniti Demont who hails from McMurray Pennsylvania and is a native of Pittsburgh Tom is a sales manager of a lock manufacturer and his current passion is his new found Italian roots and his connection to his descendents in Roscigno Vecchia in the province of Salerno Campania His story will reveal this connection and the discovery of his Italian surname Tom Demont's life took on new meaning in His father Andy R Demont was dying and just before he died he gave him...

  12. Profiles From the Four Corners

    from the March 2006 issue

    A sampling of recent members includes the following Barbara A Grace who resides in Paoli Pennsylvania and is researching the family names of Gialella Cardone Marinese and DiGiacomo from San Fele and Lavello located in Potenza Basilicata Deborah Aceto Larsen from Sutton Massachusetts researching the family names of Aceto Ruocco Buono and Martoriello from the Italian villages of Agerola Napoli Minora Salerno and Montecorvino Rovello Salerno Verna Spier from Chapel Hill North Carolina Mary Grimaldo Bottom from Fresno California with ties to Genova Liguria Cheryl Lynch from Annapolis Maryland researching family surnames of Clissa and Marcovicchio with roots in Campobasso...

  13. Profiles From the Four Corners

    from the April 2006 issue

    This month s feature member Carleen Mammone hails from Arlington Massachusetts and has been a member of IGG for the past three years She was born in Leominster Massachusetts and still has many family members who live there She has no siblings but has many many cousins on both sides of her family She was an officer in the Air Force for four years and in the Massachusetts Air National Guard for another years Many of her positions involved education and training at the high school level for the country and then for private industry Her last years of full-...

  14. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the May 2006 issue

    This month's profile Part II Roy Francis Cella from Syracuse Utah is a new member of IGG and his story warranted a continuation His family surnames include Cella Queirolo and Gazzola with roots in Borzonasca in Genova Liguria Roy has been able to trace his Cella roots to his great great great grandfather Giovanni Cella born in in Borzonasca One of Giovanni s sons was Santino Samulee Cella who was born in and married to Elizabetta Queirolo in They started a family in Italy with John Andrew born in Interesting enough Santino his wife and child made it to America...

  15. Profiles from the Four Corners

    from the June 2006 issue

    This month s profile highlights Anthony J Siano Esq from White Plains New York Anthony s story is entitled How One Question Led to a Trip to Italy and A Completed Family Tree Here is his experience It all began with an email message from my eldest son directing me to a web page reference for Cittadina di Siano in Italy He asked Could this be where we really come from It seems that the repeated family references to a town outside of Naples were vaguely dissatisfying to him and after all our family name was Siano My desire to...

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