Saturday, February 28, 2015
Italian Research URL's to use.
Here is a smattering of urls to use in doing Italian Research. There were probably 300 to choose from.
1. http://europeanhistoryabout.com/od/italyandthecitystates/a/cpitaly.htm You need to click on this site again under the link, it refuses to work until it goes again on the google site.
Today someone told me some of this is not true. At this point I think it is a point of interpretation. Just so we all learn, that is key.
2. (in the sixth to third centuries BCE the Italian city of Rome conquered Peninsular Italy.)This is a country of many conquerings and being conquered. It's current government started 1946-47.
8. http://search.ancestry.com/search/category.aspx?cat=40 Immigration and travel on Ancestry.com
a. I like the Historical information it offers for several Centuries.
16. http://guides.library.stonybrook.edu/italian-american you should have fun on this site.
23. If you get to Chicago this is the place to go. WOW.
24. I trust you all have John Philip Coletta’s book Finding Italian Roots: the Complete Guide for Americans. Baltimore Genealogical Publishing, 1993, call# E184.18 C62 1993 It even says its on the second floor open shelf.
25. It also mentions Sharon De Bartolo, I have been to several of her lectures.
26. John also has: They Came in Ships: a Guide to Finding Your Immigrant Ancestor’s Arrival Record. SLC, UT It published before the Ellis Island Passenger Arrival Database 1892-1924. American Family Immigration History Center.
27. Other sites to use, we seldom remember: Ask Jeeves,
29. wiki tree
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