The Italian American Experience: An Encyclopedia

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The Italian American Experience: An Encyclopedia

Editors

Salvatore J. LaGumina
Frank J. Cavaioli
Salvatore Primeggia
Joseph A. Varacalli

GARLAND PUBLISHING, INC.
A MEMBER OF THE TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP
New York & London
2000

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • A 1
  • Bibliography 12
  • Bibliography 24
  • B 51
  • Bibliography 52
  • Bibliography 54
  • Bibliography 58
  • Bibliography 68
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  • C 87
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  • D 163
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  • E 193
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  • F 209
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  • G 255
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  • H 281
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  • J 313
  • K 317
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  • L 319
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  • M 353
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  • N 399
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  • O 417
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  • P 439
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  • R 523
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  • S 561
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  • T 623
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  • U 645
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  • V 657
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  • W 669
  • Z 707
  • Index 709
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