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Postby suanj » 01 Jan 2004, 07:49

ptimber wrote:Suanj I agree with you ..all I said was that they were few in numbers and not sifgnificant in the grand scheme of italian migration to the USA. Happy New Year and see my message to you. Peter

Yes Peter, they are cases isolates and not meant , but verified. The emigration phenomenon was large and with numerous implications, some known, some less known..regards, suanj
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Postby tbottegal » 02 Jan 2004, 21:56

Should you require additional ifnormation about the immigrant ship San Giorgio I had described previously please let me know as there is a website with a repetition of what I advised about the San Giorgio which apparently never sank but might have run aground and was refloated. Peter


Peter - yes, I would appreciate the link to the website.

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Postby ptimber » 03 Jan 2004, 00:46

I furnished the website on Tuesday December 30. Re-read what I wrote. Peter
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