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afroamerican02.jpg
35 viewsTestimonial Dinner Tendered to Rev. Dr. William P. Hayes
July 1, 1943
Photo from James J.
massiminocucchiara.pdf
From Sicily to Newark: The Massimino-Cucchiara Family Tree8 viewsClick on the PDF image to open.
From Doug Rose
germantown01.jpg
137 viewsPhoto from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, October 1876
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An Italian Child's First Impression of America378 views
afroamerican01.jpg
123 viewsAfrican-American woman working at a loom, Newark, 1917. African-American women worked in the garment trade, which employed mainly Jewish and Italian immigrants in the early 20th century. But because of discrimination most did "piece-work" at home (paid for each piece of clothing they completed) instead of in local factories or shops. In this case, it is unclear whether this woman is working on a home loom or if she is demonstrating the machine in a workshop

Photo and description from the William Cone Collection
sangerfest01.jpg
409 viewsPostcard
afroamerican03.jpg
28 viewsTestimonial Dinner Tendered to James B. Marshall
April 4, 1949
Photo from James J.
germanparade10201883harpersweekly.jpg
Bi-Centennial of the First Landing of Germans in America129 viewsDrawing from Harpers Weekly October 20, 1883
   

Last additions - Communities
massiminocucchiara.pdf
From Sicily to Newark: The Massimino-Cucchiara Family Tree8 viewsClick on the PDF image to open.
From Doug Rose
Feb 01, 2020
afroamerican03.jpg
28 viewsTestimonial Dinner Tendered to James B. Marshall
April 4, 1949
Photo from James J.
Aug 24, 2019
afroamerican02.jpg
35 viewsTestimonial Dinner Tendered to Rev. Dr. William P. Hayes
July 1, 1943
Photo from James J.
Aug 24, 2019
afroamerican01.jpg
123 viewsAfrican-American woman working at a loom, Newark, 1917. African-American women worked in the garment trade, which employed mainly Jewish and Italian immigrants in the early 20th century. But because of discrimination most did "piece-work" at home (paid for each piece of clothing they completed) instead of in local factories or shops. In this case, it is unclear whether this woman is working on a home loom or if she is demonstrating the machine in a workshop

Photo and description from the William Cone Collection
Dec 13, 2018
germantown01.jpg
137 viewsPhoto from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, October 1876Nov 25, 2018
germanparade10201883harpersweekly.jpg
Bi-Centennial of the First Landing of Germans in America129 viewsDrawing from Harpers Weekly October 20, 1883Nov 25, 2018
sangerfest01.jpg
409 viewsPostcardFeb 15, 2017
italiannews01firstimpression1916.jpg
An Italian Child's First Impression of America378 viewsNov 21, 2016