The Italian-American Immigrant Theatre of New York City 1746-1899: Alarm, Resistance, Disapproval 1872 - Volume 1, Book 2
|Author: ||Aleandri, Emelise|
The Italian musical emigration created an extra Italian community in New York in addition to the community of Italian political refugees and exiles. The Italian population of the city also consisted in part of the visiting transient entertainers in the fields of music, dance, circus and variety.
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