Italian Americans of the Twentieth Century: From the Same Vine

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George M. Carpetto, Diane M. Evanac
Loggia Press, 1999 - Biography & Autobiography - 409 pages
A one-volume reference to 20th Century Italian Americans containing 200 brief biographies of notable Italian Americans from the 20th Century. Each two-page capsule contains the portrait of someone that has changed or affected American life. Noted personalities include: Don Ameche, Mario Andretti, Tony Bennett, Cardinal Bernardin, Yogi Berra, Geraldine Ferraro, Lee Iacocca, Luciano Pavarotti, and many more. The 20th Century has been the most significant for Italian Americans as they have been acknowledged and valued in all fields of endeavor. Proceeds benefit Grand Lodge of Florida, Order Sons of Italy in America, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation, for its cultural, charitable, and operational directives.

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Carpetto is degreed in Renaissance literature. He also has a masters degree in mental health. He teaches counseling at St. Leo University.

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