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Chicago's Italians: Immigrants, Ethnics, Americans (Making of America Series)
     

Chicago's Italians: Immigrants, Ethnics, Americans (Making of America Series)

by Dominic Candeloro
 

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Since 1850, Chicago has felt the benefits of a vital Italian presence. These immigrants formed much of the unskilled workforce employed to build up this and many other major U.S. cities. From often meager and humble beginnings, Italians built and congregated in neighborhoods that came to define the Chicago landscape. Post-World War II development threatened this

Overview


Since 1850, Chicago has felt the benefits of a vital Italian presence. These immigrants formed much of the unskilled workforce employed to build up this and many other major U.S. cities. From often meager and humble beginnings, Italians built and congregated in neighborhoods that came to define the Chicago landscape. Post-World War II development threatened this communal lifestyle, and subsequent generations of Italian Americans have been forced to face new challenges to retain their ethnic heritage and identity in a changing world. With the city's support, they are succeeding.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780738524566
Publisher:
Arcadia Publishing SC
Publication date:
11/15/2003
Series:
Making of America Series
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
1,325,397
Product dimensions:
6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author


Author Dominic Candeloro is a professor, historian, and the executive director of the American Italian Historical Association. His extensive research on Chicago's Italian-American community and delightful historic images create a timeless record of this unique culture and its impact on the heart of the Midwest.

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