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Family stories:Geneal Italia, Una página muy interesante
Posted by: Mauro on Mar 22 2011 21:58

Los invito a visitar la página


Esta página está dedicada a todos aquellos italianos que dejaron su tierra y sus seres queridos para comenzar una nueva vida, con la incertidumbre de lo desconocido, con la esperanza de un futuro promisorio.

Y también está dedicada a todos aquellos que hoy somos sus retoños y deseamos conocer un poco más de ellos, para que los límites entre el pasado y el presente sean cada vez más delgados.


Además de la familia, los archivos y los libros, internet es una fuente inagotable de información.
Buscando en cientos de páginas podemos aprender sobre los hechos de nuestros antepasados, las costumbres de la época en que vivieron y los paisajes que recorrieron con su mirada.
Google, Wikipedia, FamilySearch, nos proveerán información histórica, geográfica y recursos genealógicos.
Con Flickr podremos encontrar magníficas postales de aquellos paisajes de los que una vez nos hablaron nuestros abuelos.
Y esa es solo una parte de la información que nos está esperando.

No olviden ver video "La Imigración Italiana", muy interesante

Un abrazo a la gran familia Canessa


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Family stories:http://www.ellisisland.org/search/passSearch.asp
Posted by: Mauro on Mar 9 2011 00:42

Sitio donde encontrarás pasajeros de diferentes partes que pasaron por USA


In 1982, President Ronald Reagan asked Lee Iacocca, then Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, to head a private sector effort to raise funds for the restoration and preservation of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation (SOLEIF) was founded.

The Foundation's fundraising drive sparked a dramatic response. The American people contributed more than $600 million (and counting!) to the repair, restoration, and maintenance of these two great monuments to freedom. All funds for the Foundation’s projects have come from the American people – no government funds have been used.

Restoring The Statue

The Foundation, working with its public partner, the National Park Service, U. S. Department of the Interior, first tackled the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. After almost a century, weather, pollution, and sightseeing had left Lady Liberty in serious need of repair, including replacement of her torch and strengthening of her crown's rays. An army of architects, historians, engineers, and almost 1000 laborers embarked on the project--which also involved the installation of new elevators and an informative exhibit in the Statue's base.

July 4th weekend, 1986, saw a gala three-day event celebrating the restoration. Fireworks filled the night skies; tall ships flocked the Harbor. "Liberty Weekend," attended by President Reagan and President Francois Mitterand of France, was broadcast to 1.5 billion people in 51 countries. The Foundation, the National Park Service, and the American people had launched the most successful public-private partnership in the history of the United States.

Restoring Ellis Island

The Foundation then turned its attention to the restoration of Ellis Island--the largest historical restoration in the history of the United States. Ellis Island, our most potent symbol of the American immigrant experience, had become sadly deteriorated. Again the American people responded with passion and generosity.

When the Island opened in September of 1990--two years ahead of schedule--it unveiled the world-class Ellis Island Immigration Museum, where some rooms appeared as they had during the height of immigrant processing. Other areas housed theaters, libraries, an oral history recording studio, and exhibits on the immigration experience. In the 1990s, the Foundation restored two more buildings (for a total of 5 buildings saved and restored on Ellis Island), expanding and upgrading the Museum Library and Oral History Studio, and creating a Children’s Orientation Center and the Ellis Island Living Theatre. The Ellis Island Immigration Museum has welcomed nearly 40 million visitors since its opening in 1990.

Working to promote knowledge of the Island, the Statue, and immigration history, the Foundation has also published and made available to libraries and schools many books and curriculum guides, as well as a CD-ROM produced in collaboration with the History Channel.

The Foundation’s current project is a significant expansion of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum to be called The Peopling of America® Center. The Center will enlarge the story currently told of the Ellis Island Era (1892-1954) to include the entire panorama of the American immigration experience from this country’s earliest days right up to the present. It is expected to be completed in 2012.

The Wall of Honor

One of the most inspiring Foundation projects is The American Immigrant Wall of Honor®. Located on the restored Ellis Island, the Wall proudly bears the names of over 700,000 immigrants and families whose descendants memorialized them by having their names inscribed there. Registrations are now being accepted for a new phase of the Wall. More about the Wall of Honor.

The American Family Immigration History Center® (AFIHC)

On April 17, 2001 the Foundation launched the American Family Immigration History Center® (AFIHC), on Ellis Island and the World Wide Web, which makes the 25 million arrival records and over 900 ships of passage pictures in the Ellis Island Archives available to everyone. More about AFIHC

Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards

In celebration of the first annual Ellis Island Family History Day and the launch of the American Family Immigration History Center® on April 17, 2001, The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. instituted the Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards. This award celebrates Ellis Island as the Golden Door to America for the 17 million immigrants who first set foot on American soil there. Forty percent of Americans today can trace their roots to an ancestor who was among those brave and determined individuals. Each year a select number of Ellis Island immigrants or their descendants are chosen to be honored. By presenting a copy of the original ship’s passenger manifest documenting their, or their ancestors’, arrival at Ellis Island, we reflect on their journey, their courage and determination, and honor the unique contribution they have made to this "Nation of Immigrants." The B.C. Forbes Peopling of America® Award, sponsored by the Forbes Family, honors the lives of immigrants who arrived at another time or through another port of entry. Honorees are selected through a process that is guided by an Awards Committee of the Foundation’s Board of Directors.


The Foundation promised to its donors in the 1980s and early 1990s and established in 1993 an endowment under the auspices of its board of directors that would help the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior maintain the Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island and Ellis Island, and enhance the visitor experience for years to come. Since the endowment’s inception, proceeds have funded over 200 projects at the islands for a total of $6.6 million.

The Golden Door Society

The Golden Door Society encourages individuals to make the Foundation the beneficiary of their estate planning. When you make a planned gift to The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation by designating a charitable bequest in your will, the Foundation will honor you with membership in our Golden Door Society. The purpose of the Golden Door Society is to recognize those individuals and families that have made a very special contribution to the Foundation. Please contact the Foundation’s Office of Development to discuss these opportunities further.

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Family stories:Apelliidos Italianos en Perú
Posted by: Mauro on June 8 2010 21:40

Italianos en Perú


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Family stories:Apuntes sobre los italianos en la provincia de Tarapacá(1870-1950)
Posted by: Mauro on May 27 2010 21:54

Jueves, 27 de Mayo de 2010


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Family stories:Apellidos Italianos en el Perú
Posted by: Mauro on Apr 24 2009 22:46

Pagina de ayuda a la busqueda de tus antepasados y lugar de origèn de los inmigrantes italianos llegados al Peru y Sudamerica


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Announcements:Bancos de Datos sobre los italianos emigrados a los EE. UU., Argentina y Brasil
Posted by: Mauro on Mar 20 2009 17:23
En este sitio se encuentran los Inmigrantes Italianos que han llegado a EEUU, Argentina y Brasil, según se detalla abajo

El banco de datos estadounidense ha sido realizado por la Temple University - Balch Institute - Center for Immigration Research (Filadelfia), bajo la dirección de Ira Glazier.
Contiene unas 200.000 fichas de emigrantes italianos, registrados en las Ship Passenger Lists (listas de desembarque), que llegaron a Nueva York entre 1880 y 1891.

En Argentina el trabajo ha sido realizado por el Centro de Estudios Migratorios Latino Americanos bajo la dirección de Luigi Favero.
El banco de datos argentino contiene 1 millón veinte mil fichas aproximadamente que corresponden a italianos que llegaron a Buenos Aires entre 1882 y 1920. La información procede de las listas de desembarque (Registro general de los inmigrantes y Lista de inmigrantes).

En Brasil el trabajo ha sido dirigido por Aurelia Castiglioni (Universidad de Espirito Santo) y por Mauro Reginato (Universidad de Turín).
El banco de datos se basa principalmente en la información contenida en los registros de embarque de los barcos procedentes de Italia a los que se han añadido controles e integraciones efectuadas utilizando otras fuentes de archivo. Estos datos conciernen a unos 27.000 emigrantes italianos que llegaron a Vitoria entre 1858 y 1899.

La Fundación Giovanni Agnelli publica una revista semestral dedicada a la emigración italiana y a las comunidades en el mundo, "Altreitalie". Puede obtener una inscripción gratuita a "Altreitalie" en la siguiente dirección: http://www.fondazione-agnelli.it/altreitalie

El vínculo para ingresar a este sitio es:

Mis agradecimientos a Pamela Macchiavello, quién me informó de este sitio.


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Other:Censo Comercial industrial de le colonia italiana en Chile (Resumen General)
Posted by: Mauro on Mar 20 2009 00:56

Este es un documento obtenido de la Dirección de Bibliotecas Archivos y Musesos http://www.memoriachilena.cl/temas/index.asp?id_ut=inmigracionitalianaachile:1880-1930 todos sus derechos reservados.

El censo comercial industrial de la colonia italiana en Chile : resumen general de las actividades de la colonia / Amadeo Pellegrini C., J. C. Aprile, 1926. Santiago : Impr. de la Colonia, 1926. 16, 1005 p.

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Other:El Censo Comercial e Industrial de la Colonia Italiana en Chile, 1926-1927
Posted by: Mauro on Feb 13 2009 18:58

Este es un documento obtenido de la Dirección de Bibliotecas Archivos y Musesos http://www.memoriachilena.cl/temas/index.asp?id_ut=inmigracionitalianaachile:1880-1930 todos sus derechos reservados.

Muestra una estadística de los Italianos que se han arraigado en Chile por Provincias, indicando sus actividades.

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Family stories:Historia Familia Canessa en Casato dei Canessa
Posted by: Mauro on Sep 7 2008 01:39
Di Silvio (del 22/03/2007 @ 00:53:04, in Casato dei Canessa, clikkato 57 volte)

Da una raccolta di memorie delle famiglie più antiche di Rapallo e dintorni, dall'origine del loro casato sino all'anno 1528, pubblicata nel 2003 con il titolo: “Liguri Antighi – I Rapallin”,scritto da Angelo Canessa, emerge che nell'undicesimo secolo, gli abitanti di una località di Rapallo, detta “canezza” o “canicia” o “canitia”, hanno adottato per cognome questo termine che, con il passare del tempo e le mutazioni linguistiche, alla fine è diventato “Canezza” o “Canessa”.

Fonte: Atti della Società Ligure di Storia Patria – Vol. I, pag.194, documento CLVIII (pergamena dell’archivio Gov., loc. cit; Carte Genovesi, numero 239).

Nel 2001, la popolazione che porta questo cognome ha pertanto superato la soglia del decimo secolo da quando comparve in Rapallo ove, in ogni tempo, è sempre stata la più numerosa.

I Canessa, durante i secoli, si sono sparsi un po' ovunque: inizialmente la loro meta è stata Genova, poi, a seguito di motivi dei più disparati come la ricerca di maggiori possibilità nel Nuovo Mondo, si sono spostati anche in altri luoghi d'Italia, in altri Paesi del Vecchio Continente e, dal 1492, come detto, nelle Americhe.

Tuttavia la maggioranza dei componenti di questo casato è rimasta ancorata al proprio luogo d'origine, ma ben difficilmente, anche chi si è trovato ad emigrare, ha estirpato le sue radici dalla terra dei propri avi, con ciò restando attenta e partecipe degli avvenimenti della madrepatria come testimoniano diversi documenti storici quali lettere, missive, ecc.

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