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Blurred nationalities across the North Atlantic : traders, priests, and their kin travelling between North America and the Italian Peninsula, 1763-1846

Author: Luca Codignola
Publisher: Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, [2019] ©2019
Series: Toronto Italian studies.; Toronto Italian studies., Goggio publication series.
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"Long before the mid-nineteenth century, hundreds, if not thousands of people were constantly moving between the United States and British North America and Leghorn, Genoa, Naples, Rome, Sicily, Piedmont, Lombardy, Venice and Trieste. Predominantly traders, sailors, transient workers, Catholic priests and seminarians, this group relied on the exchange of goods across the Atlantic to solidify transatlantic relations;  Read more...
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Codignola, Luca, 1947-
Blurred nationalities across the North Atlantic.
Toronto ; Buffalo ; London : University of Toronto Press, [2019]
(OCoLC)1066044684
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Luca Codignola
ISBN: 9781487530440 1487530447
OCLC Number: 1080190323
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Abbreviations; Introduction: "Contributors" and the "Enlightened," or the Invention of Italianness; Colombo, Caboto, Verrazzano: Allegiance to What?; From Bressani the Jesuit to Castiglioni the Traveller; Were Travel Reports Trustworthy and Influential?; The "Contribution School": The Illusory Search for Completeness; The "Enlightenment School": Were They All Real Italians?; 1 Early Relations between the Italian Peninsula and North America: Codfish, Leghorn, and Genoa, 1744-1839; The Codfish Networks, 1766-85; Leghorn, 1744-88; Genoa, 1759-1839 2 Early Relations between the Italian Peninsula and North America: Naples, Turin, Venice, Trieste, and Milan, 1761-1825Naples and Sicily, 1778-1809; Turin and Piedmont, 1777-1825; Venice and Trieste, 1761-96; Milan and Lombardy, 1784-1824; 3 Rome, the Italian Peninsula's Most International Capital: Students, Consuls, and Distinguished Visitors, 1788-1848; Two American Young Men in the Eternal City, 1788-97; Sartori's Double Allegiance: Roman and American Consul, 1793-1841; Cicognani: Rome's Trusted American Consul, 1810-48; Literary Legacy: Thayer, Plessis, and Grassi, 1783-1820 4 Rome: Priests across the Ocean and the Extent of Romanization, 1801-1836Rome's Catholic Priests Go to North America: Their Background and Heritage, 1801-30; North American Priests in Rome: Competing Networks, 1815-30; The Moulding of a North American Catholic Elite: The Urban College, 1815-36; The Moulding of a North American Catholic Elite: The Roman College, 1818-29; 5 North Atlantic Networks of Trade and Religion: Leghorn and Filippo Filicchi, 1788-1816; Filippo Filicchi's and Antonio Filicchi's Role in Leghorn's Political and Economic Life, 1788-1840 Filippo Filicchi's Early Life and Career, 1763-85Filippo Filicchi's Two Visits to the United States, 1785-8 and 1789-90; Filippo Filicchi: Leghorn's Trusted American Consul, 1794-8; Networks of People and Interests: The Seton-Bayley-Curson Extended Family, 1784-1857; Networks of People and Interests: Filippo Filicchi, Antonio Filicchi, and the American Catholics, 1785-1842; 6 Antonio Filicchi's Business and Personal Networks across the North Atlantic, 1816-1847; People, Goods, and Ideas in Antonio Filicchi's Activities, 1816-47; The Entrepreneur: Vito Viti, 1828-41 The Scientist: Carlo L. Bonaparte, Prince of Musignano, 1828-39Merchants and Traders, 1828-41; Artists and Kin, 1828-41; 7 Angelo Inglesi, from Rome with Love: The Ultimate Scoundrel Priest in North America, c. 1795-1825; Inglesi's European Background and Arrival in Quebec City, 1795-1819; Louisiana: Inglesi Enthrals Bishop Dubourg, 1819-20; Louisiana: Early Doubts Creep In, 1822-3; Europe: Inglesi's Fundraising Tour, 1820-1; Rome: Inglesi, a Man Sent by Providence, 1821; Rome and Umbria: Suspicions and Reality, 1821; From Tuscany to France: Inglesi Retraces His Steps, 1822-3
Series Title: Toronto Italian studies.; Toronto Italian studies., Goggio publication series.
Responsibility: Luca Codignola.
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A new examination of transatlantic mobility between early North America and the Italian peninsula. Based on a vast array of previously untapped archival sources, this book shows the international  Read more...

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