The Italian-American Vote in Providence, Rhode Island, 1916-1948

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Index
Adamo, Angelo A., 64
African Americans, 13, 15, 94
Aiello, Adamo R., 46–48
Aiello, Angelo, 130
Alba, L', 39
Aldrich, Nelson W., 32
Aliquippa, 43
Allied Control Commission, 114
American Labor Party, 123
American Screw Co., 24, 111
Amorosi, Nicola, 26
Anthony, Henry B., 32
Anti-Prohibition Committee of Rhode Island, 54
Anti-Saloon League, 54
Antonelli, Ida Y. M., 85
Archambault, Alberic A., 67–68
Assimilation theory, 14
Badoglio, Pietro, 114
Bailey, Ralph E., 99–100
Baker, Harvey A., 66
Banigan Co., 24
Barone, John, 46, 69, 81
Barrington, 67
Barsallou, Conrad, 63
Barton, Josef J., 17
Berardinelli, Nicholas, 101
Bernardo, John B., 129
Bevilacqua, Alexander, 41, 80
Biddle, Francis, 112
Biello, Felice A., 75
Biello, Nicholas, 111
[Bloodless Revolution] (1935), 12, 80, 82, 121
Boulay, Harvey, 131
Bourn Amendment (1888), 31, 33
Boyden, Ben, 60
Brayton Act (1901), 30
Brayton, Charles R., 30, 32–36, 40
Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Co., 24, 72, 111
Bucci, John M., 98
Buccoliero, Lorraine, 73
Bufalo, Vincenzo, 48
Buhle, Paul, 42
Burlingame, Joseph B., 32
Byrnes, James F., 125
Caldarone, Peter J., 46–47
California Artificial Flower Co., 26
Capalbo, Peter, 103–4
Capaldi, Joseph, 74
Caporetto, 51
Capotosto, Antonio A., 47, 49, 55–56, 58, 81–82
Cappalli, Emilio, 48
Cappalli, Frank J., 79
Cappelli, Louis W., 59, 68, 69, 77, 79, 83, 84, 94, 95, 100, 101, 105, 110, 115, 116
Capron, Adin, 35
Caputi, Joseph M., 48
Carcieri, Alexander, 74
Cardarelli, Michael, 77, 110
Carroll, Leo E., 16, 27, 130
Case, Norman S., 68, 75–78
Cavalloro Denucci, Evelyn, 71
Cedrone, David, 74
Cella, Louis J., 46, 52, 56, 58–59, 67, 106
Chiaradio, Antoinette, 74
Chiaradio, Joseph, 74
Chiaverini, Francis, 82
Chiaverini, John, 97
Chicago, 15
Chiney, J. Burley, 89
Churchill, Winston, 115
Cianci, Anthony A., 26

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The Italian-American Vote in Providence, Rhode Island, 1916-1948
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • 1: Introduction 11
  • 2: The Setting 19
  • 3: Rhode Island Politics and the Italian-American Vote Before World War I 28
  • 4: The Postwar Decade 49
  • 5: The Depression Years 71
  • 6: The Late New Deal and the Impact of World War II and Its Aftermath 91
  • 7: Conclusion 120
  • 8: A Methodological Note on Electoral Sources 132
  • Notes 136
  • Bibliography 168
  • Index 186
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