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This study examines Italian repatriation from the United States between 1900 and 1914. Although Italians, as well as Greeks, Germans and Britons, left America in large numbers at different times, their re-emigration has escaped extensive study by historians, economists, and...

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Italian Fascist Activities in the United States is a previously unpublished study of the major organizations, methods, and personalities in the Italian Fascist movement in the United States from 1922 to 1936, by one of the leading figures in the...

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A magazine which served as a significant clearinghouse for the thinking and programs of social and settlement workers throughout the United States during the early 20th century was Charities. The 39 selections, by nearly as many different authors, reprinted in...

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Italian-Americans and Religion marks the first time an extensive survey of published and unpublished material dealing with the religious experience of Italians in the United States has been undertaken. This annotated bibliography includes material covering the three major periods of...

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On the basis of published and unpublished U.S. census data, this volume offers for the first time a comparison between immigrants and native-born, and Italians of early and late generation. Four specialists analyze in detail: demographic and cultural aspects, education,...

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