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Madison's Italian community in the early 20th century
Madison's Italian Colony Most Romantic Part of Capital City
At the turn of the twentieth century, Italian immigrants streamed north up the Mississippi Valley to Chicago, Rockford, Madison and Milwaukee. This article reviews the founding and local culture in Madison's Italian community, a few blocks south of the Capitol and University campus.
Immigration and Settlement|
|Creator:||Cool, Robert N.|
|Pub Data:||Wisconsin State Journal, Oct. 2, 1932|
|Citation:||Cool, Robert N. "Madison's Italian Colony Most Romantic Part of Capital City." Wisconsin State Journal, Oct. 2, 1932. Online facsimile at: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=803; Visited on: 10/20/2014|