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Searching for your Italian Roots is a podcast on the Italian American experience and the rediscovery of our roots. Discussions will cover every topic of the Italian culture: history, language, traditions, food, art, film, music, etc. Searching for Italy will lead us to share stories about the Italian American diaspora. I am a 3rd generation Italian American from NY living in Italy and my passion is to reconnect to our lost culture and our Italian family. Be ready to learn about unknown aspec ...
 
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Bob and Frank talk about his family from Sicily, Chicago roots and his website and podcast. www.italianamericanlife.org Frank Di Piero was born in Chicago and is 100% Italian origin. He has traveled to Italy many times and attended two study abroad programs in Italy, one in Roma and one in Firenze. He is the former President of The Harlem Avenue It…
 
Tom Damigella talks about his parents roots in Sicily and coming to Boston's North End, and his return. Also, his nobility connection and how he traced his roots and return to home town in Sicily. Italian American Experience in New Haven Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Support the show (https://www.patreon.c…
 
John Cavallone talks about his dad's Sassano roots and his mom's Sicilian roots. In particular his Sassano to 48th & Federal Street Chicago project. You can find the project at www.sassanochicago.org where John has lists of surnames, dates, addresses and much more. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians 1800 Miles …
 
Rich Leto talks about when and why he started researching his family from Calabria and Puglia and when they arrived in Philadelphia. Also, what it was like growing up Italian in Philly. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Calabria ( The Other Italy ) Great book about living and traveling in Calabria Support the …
 
In this Episode we have Mary Molinari and Josephine Tranquillo talk about the sites, smells and people in the North End during the early part of the 20th century. Josephine also talks about her brother going to WWI and sadly never returning. She also tells us Life in Salemi Italy before she left for America. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirt…
 
Jim Pasto talks about the North End in the 1960's and 1970's, Mike's Cannoli's And the Italian ladies cooking lunch in grammar school. Also, his visit to Italy. Italian American Experience in New Haven Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)…
 
Josephine Tranquillo talks about school and working in America. Short bit with Maria Piscopo in Italian on Neapolitan music Mary Pagliuca talks about her parents farm in Avellino and coming to America at 18. Nunzio DiMarino tells us about working construction and the buildings he built. Italian American Experience in New Haven Italian Marketplace L…
 
Frances born in the early 1900's talks about life in Boston's North End and Sciacca Sicily Italian American Experience in New Haven Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)저자 Frances Lauro
 
Bill Sallurday talks about his decades long research to find his paternal grandfather's real surname. Bill's journey starts in Pennsylvania and finally takes him to San Cipriano. Also, A great Mayflower story from his mom's side. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Our Italian Surnames Our Italian Surnames cover…
 
Frank Marotta talks about growing up in Corona Queens and his book "Alterations To A Life Jacket" Seasoned New Yorker shares story of survival and self-discovery Born in Corona, Queens, Frank Marotta grew up in a four-room apartment with his family of eight. “I was born and raised on the mean streets of New York City in the 1950’s,” Marotta said. “…
 
Anthony Riccio interviews Alessandrina and Michelina about life in Italy and coming to America. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Italian American Experience in New Haven Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)저자 Anthony Riccio
 
Bob interviews Giorgio Nusiner from ITAMCAP ( Italian American Citizenship Assistance Program ). Giorgio Nusiner was born and raised in Rome and graduated in law from La Sapienza University of Rome in 1985. Very open-minded and always ready for a dialogue, after living several years in Venezuela, in 2005 he moved to Miami and from this moment he de…
 
Bob talks to Paula Zichinchi-Manning about her research in Italy and the US. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Our Italian Surnames Our Italian Surnames covers Italian names and naming practices. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446)저자 Paula Zichinchi-Manning
 
Tilda Virgilio was born in Italy and talks about living in Bari just after WWII and coming to America in 1954. Interesting stories about her early life in Italy, the boat ride to the US and cold water flat in Hell's Kitchen NYC Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Farms, Factories, Italian American Women Document…
 
Bob speaks with Becky Clemente about her family roots including a very interesting story about Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Italian Americans: A History Richly researched, beautifully illustrated book illuminates an important, part of American history. Support the show (h…
 
Bob talks to Bella Conner about how her family came to the US from South America, how great grandma took care of business, and finding family in Canada on RV trip. Growing Up Italian American-Visco Wonderful book the chronicles two Italian Americans over several decades. Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Farms…
 
Fascinating interview with attorney and author Michael Fattorosi on how a rainy day in Positano led to his uncovering his ancestors in Lettere Campania. Michael has done extensive research and has copied thousands of records from Lettere that he plans to release to the public. Check out his site archiviodilettere.com. And don't forget the Book Resu…
 
Bob talks to Jeffrey Anzevino about his roots in Italy and the family's business in Hoboken NJ Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians 1800 Miles in a Fiat 500 Two crazy senior citizens decide to visit the birthplaces of their Italian ancestors. The Woman In Red Story of Anita Garibaldi and how she meets the leader …
 
Bob talks to Mary Patterson about her Sicilian roots. Interesting story about 6 sisters who's mom was born in America and returned to Sicily only to come back years later with her husband and family. Mary is the author of After Love: The Life of Anna Gennusa Far from her Sicilian homeland, Anna discovers an inner strength she never realized she pos…
 
Bob talks with Anthony about his books that chronicle the stories of Italian Immigrants in New England. Anthony Riccio grew up in an old ethnic neighborhood of New Haven, Connecticut, where the constant hum of the local American Steel and Wire mill could be heard in the well-tended backyards of Italian immigrants. He returned to the ancestral villa…
 
Carmine Vittoria, retired professor at Northeastern University in Boston, born in Avella in 1940 and emigrated to the United States at the age of 11, retraces the stages of his childhood in his native land during the bitter times of the Second World War. The merit of this autobiographical writing is the continuous bounce between the narrator's priv…
 
Bob discusses Italian roots, and MI.O the Modern Italian Network with cofounders Matteo and Gina. mi.o is a community of people passionate about Italy, the Italian Language, and Culture. Meet others who share your passion for Italy, the Italian language, and Italian culture while learning through self-expression, thematic groups and expert-led cour…
 
Blood e Acqua is a documentary film that intends to explore the similarities and differences between Italian American and Italian culture. Dante Nazzaro discusses searching for his family roots in Italy and how that led to the filming of his family's story in America and Europe. Blood e Acqua is in post production and soon to be released. You can a…
 
Bob talks to Karen Haid about her second book. Journey to the small, rocky region in the heart of the Italian south, to a land where ancient pagan rites live alongside those of the Catholic Church, world-class wine washes down edible hyacinth bulbs, and the air is infused with the ideals of Roman poets and brigands. Support the show (https://www.pa…
 
For many years I was searching Facebook for cousins in Italy. Specifically from my paternal grandmother's two Noble Families. I came across the "Piromallo" group and found Cinzia Piromallo, who was searching for Piromallo cousins. As the family originated in Spain, she expected to find family there. She had no idea that she had family in the USA, a…
 
Bob and Phillip discuss how they found their noble Italian Ancestors, and who they have in common. Some very interesting similarities. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446) Italian Marketplace LLC Online tee shirts, hoodies and more for Italians Italian Americans: A History Richly researched, beautifully illustrated book il…
 
Bob talks to Amie about how she started in genealogy, her family, tips and Familysearch.org Amie Bowser Tennant is The Genealogy Reporter bringing you genealogy news and more. She is a professional genealogist, nationally known speaker, and internationally known blogger. Amie provides blog and written content for many top companies and societies in…
 
In this episode we explore pre-historic Sardinia during the Neolithic and Bronze-age periods. From domus de janas to nuragic towers, I traverse different epochs and places throughout the island's history. We'll discuss the different material cultures but also we will examine population genetics and how they relate and compare to the rest of Europe …
 
Fantastic story about Lou Del Bianco's search for his grandfather's story. Luigi Del Bianco was the chief carver on Mt. Rushmore. That's right, an Italian! Lou Del Bianco is a nationally recognized children’s entertainer and a 6 time Parents Choice award winner. His cds for children have received critical praise from the NY and LA Times, TV Guide, …
 
Diana Giovinazzo talks when she started researching her family and how that led to writing this explosive book about Anita Garibaldi. Experience the "epic tale of one woman's fight . . . to create the life of her dreams" in this sweeping novel of Anita Garibaldi, a 19th century Brazilian revolutionary who loved as fiercely as she fought for freedom…
 
Fun interview with author and columnist Linda Stasi. We discussed everything from Italian Cowboys in Colorado, to exorcist priests, to the Lemon Ice King in Corona, to the Scotto family cookbook and our NY Daily News connection! The popular and well-read columnist for the New York Daily News, (now at-large), and previous- ly for the the New York Po…
 
Fun interview with Bob Semenza about researching his Italian Roots and growing up Italian American. Robert Semenza has always considered himself fortunate to have been brought up in what may have been, in his mind, the "last best of all times"-"an era that spanned only a little more than a decade and a half, from the early forties to the mid-fiftie…
 
Peter and Gay Barbella are two crazy senior citizens decide to visit the birthplaces of their Italian ancestors. They plan a trip to Sperone, Sassano, Palo del Colle and Vasto, places that are far off the beaten track. They execute the plan (almost) flawlessly. On the way, they see magnificent sights, meet wonderful people and find a goldmine of ge…
 
Great conversation with Gianluca about Calabria, including it's Greek beginning, food and people, including his grandmother's story about "How God Created Calabria", on the eighth day. Gianluca is a licensed Italian tour guide with twenty years of experience, including leading hiking groups in the Calabrian mountains, working at ski resorts in the …
 
If you are like me and have been doing research for many years, you may be able to translate some simple Italian Records from the Antenati. During the course of my research a came across the last will of my 6th great uncle Gaspare De Riso. This is a forty page document, that I could not read. So I called on my friend Elena Gissi, of E.G. Ancestryfo…
 
Cosa significa aprire un museo dedicato alla storia di famiglia come il Museo del Cognome? Quali archivi e documenti consultare? Storie e consigli per non perdersi. Questo e molto altro in quest‘ultimo podcast. Genealogista, amante delle tradizioni e della cultura locale, ho iniziato a coltivare la mia passione per la Genealogia dal lontano 1984 qu…
 
What’s the reason behind the opening of a family history museum as the Museo del Cognome? Which archives to visit and which records collections to check? Stories and tips to avoid getting lost. This and much more in this latest podcast. Michele Cartusciello is a professional genealogist and enthusiast in local traditions and cultures too. My intere…
 
Catch this great interview with Ilene and Gary Modica who downsized, packed up and spent a year touring Italy. Their book and blog chronicles their journey and quest for Italian citizenship. https://ouritalianjourney.com http://www.facebook.com/ouritalianjourney http://www.instagram.com/italianjourney/ Our Italian Journey Great book for those looki…
 
Helping adoptees and people of unknown parentage (re)discover their roots through modern DNA testing and traditional genealogy –– so that they can (re)connect with their biological family, and finally complete the picture of who they are. ______________ DNA DAVIS (aka Carla Davis) is a Genetic Genealogist with a passion for connecting families® –– …
 
My Bella Vita Travel, LLC was created by Cherrye Moore, a native Texan who has spent the last 15 years traveling to and living in central Calabria. The company specializes in custom vacations and private heritage tours to southern Italy and designs bespoke group tours with an emphasis on heritage, food, wine and culture. You can join Cherrye two ti…
 
Candice Guardino talks about her fun one woman show. Italian Bred! Check Out our newest Rave Reviews - http://italianbredshow.com/reviews/ & our 5 Star FB Rating from Fans - https://www.facebook.com/ItalianBred/ After graduating WagnerWagner College Theatre program Candice too NY by storm working on National Tours, Off Broadway and TV. Then she fel…
 
Catch this fascinating discussion on Mafia Genealogy with Justin Cascio! Justin is a lifestyle writer and mafia genealogist. He is a founding editor of Trans-Health.com, and past managing editor of The Good Men Project Magazine. Justin has also written for Gangsters, Inc., Informer: The History of American Crime and Law Enforcement, The Mob Museum …
 
Jeff Vaillant talks about finding out that his family was from Calascibetta Sicily after thinking he was French. Disclaimer: This site contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links at no extra cost to you. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=30519446) Our Italian Surnames O…
 
Have you ever been curious about your origins? Ever wonder if you had the blood of ancient Romans? In this episode we take a look at Italian genetics and genealogy. I will give you my opinion of the available commercial DNA companies in relationship to Italian genetics. Moreover, we will discuss how our ancient past affects our modern genes. Suppor…
 
Bob interviews Jennifer Anton about her family research and her inspiring book, "Under the Light of the Italian Moon". Spanning over two decades, Under the Light of the Italian Moon is an epic, emotional and triumphant tale of one woman’s incredible resilience during the rise of fascism and Italy’s collapse into WWII. Gripping historical fiction ba…
 
Ferdinand J. Visco MD is the author of the critically acclaimed book “Growing Up Italian-American: The Memoirs of Ferdinand Visco & The Stories of Two Immigrant Italian Families.” He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., grew up in College Point, Queens, went to college at Fairfield University in Connecticut, and graduated from the University of Padua School…
 
Research your Italian or Sicilian Ancestors with Francesco Curione from 007 Italian Records. Francesco has a great personality and researches not only civil records but church records also. Watch our interview and checkout his Facebook page. We talk about how he began 007 and some of the amazing things that he uncovered for his clients! Disclaimer:…
 
Caffè espresso, Capuccino, Latte macchiato and Caffè Americano. In this episode we will uncover the origins of coffee, the invention of espresso machines and the many curiosities of Italian coffee culture. Support the show (https://paypal.me/searchingforitalypod?locale.x=it_IT)저자 Timothy Eadie
 
This episode will discuss the history, traditions and popular holiday figures that are unique to Italian Christmas festivities. We will discover the fascinating origins of La Befana, Babbo Natale and Santa Lucia. The astonishing ways of creating nativities known as presepi. And finally, we'll learn about some Italian Christmas specialties: panetton…
 
Maria Laurino is the author of The Italian Americans: A History (December 2014), the companion to a forthcoming PBS documentary series, as well as the memoirs Old World Daughter, New World Mother and the national bestseller Were You Always an Italian? (all published by W.W. Norton). In addition to teaching at NYU, Laurino serves as Assistant to New…
 
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