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Dominico Pannone was an Italian Immigrant who came to America in search of the American dream. After reuniting with his family, he made his start on the streets of Brooklyn, delivering wine from his father's business. He then set out to start his own grocery business and achieved great success.

Dominico was a proud family man who believed that a family makes life eternal. ...
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Dominico II

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Overview

Dominico Pannone was an Italian Immigrant who came to America in search of the American dream. After reuniting with his family, he made his start on the streets of Brooklyn, delivering wine from his father's business. He then set out to start his own grocery business and achieved great success.

Dominico was a proud family man who believed that a family makes life eternal. In spite of his success, his family was often in turmoil with arguments between him and his children.

This story is written by Dominico's grandson, Joseph DePaolo, based on the stories he heard and first hand memories of his family. He had a profound influence on the lives of everyone he knew. for sure, he was the unknown key to the family legacy.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148560029
  • Publisher: Joseph DePaolo
  • Publication date: 10/6/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Joseph DePaolo Jr. is a writer from New Windsor, NY. He was born during the great depression in 1932 and grew up in Brooklyn NY. He lived a traditional Italian lifestyle typical of this period in American History. At the age of 18. he joined the Army and was deployed to Korea in 1951. After his return, he met and married Attilia Cavainolo and together, they started a family based on the principles of family learned from Dominico Pannone. After raising seven children of his own and enjoying the company of his grandchildren, he decided to write his first book, Dominico, at the age of 77. He has since learned a great deal more about the family and wrote this follow up book to ensure he leaves behind the legacy of Dominico Pannone to his 7 children, his 17 grandchildren and to future generations to come.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2013

    I read a wide variety of literature, whether it is journal artic

    I read a wide variety of literature, whether it is journal articles (physiological studies, behavioral studies, drug studies) , textbooks (neuroscience, anatomy, physics, chemistry) , religious works (dead sea scrolls, The Holy Bible, Quran, The Torah .) , and an occasional novel here and there, but this Novel is simply brilliant. The story told is of how someone of humble beginnings, hard work, and a dream, can make it. This moral can be applied to both times of today and during the early twentieth century. Although the author is quite new to the writing game his nuances for writing biographical literary works are nothing short than exceptional. I hope everyone who comes across this novel will find as much enjoyment and insight about the blessing of family. -DWB73

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