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October 11, 2017

Quel Mazzolin di Fiori: I Campagnoli and the Italian American Folk Revival

Conceived by the Italian Sons and Daughters of America (ISDA) at the birth of the ethnic folk revival and the tapering of Italian immigration to the United States, I Campagnoli began as mainly first and second generation working class Italian Americans versed in the culture of their Italian-born parents; as they evolved, members of the third and fourth generation and people of mix parentage joined the troupe.

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May 6, 2016

Researching & Writing with the Italian American Program

Italian American Program curator Melissa Marinaro talks with Tina Calabro, a local woman who utilized the Italian American collection at the History Center and other resources available to her to research her grandmother's life.

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October 19, 2015

An In-Depth Look at the Italian American Program

Learn more about the History Center’s Italian American Program, which was founded in 1990 at the urging of the local Italian American community. The mission of the program is to document, preserve, and interpret the history and culture of Southwestern Pennsylvania’s Italian American community.

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