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It took place last August 13, 2021 in Padula, the “traveling launch” of the books “Come si chiamava il nonno di tuo nonno?” (“Can you guess your 2nd great-grandfather’s name?“) and “Padula che vorrei“.

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Driving along the Salerno -Reggio Calabria highway in a baking hot summer afternoon – my car thermometer pointed out 43°C degrees – was challenging. We made it. We got to San Mango D’Aquino. It is a pretty village standing on a hill of the Savuto river and valley at the border with the province of Cosenza, Calabria. Read more

A genealogist is a wandering detective, it could be in thousands of places at the same time, and meet people by going back in time. Different faces, stories, locations. Experiences that are worth telling.

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Today we share with you the amazing podcast we had the chance to join thanks to our special friends from The Italian American Podcast, a great show dedicated to helping Italian Americans celebrate our brilliant heritage.

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Last week, we had the pleasure to meet Mattia Pellecchia, aka Jack Lamotta, a genealogy enthusiast and speaker for Radio Controcultura.

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A short but intense record about the plague which spread out in Padula between 1656-1657

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Today we want to share a noteworthy paper: the 1939 Italian Yearbook.

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The three pictures below list the “foreigners” or “strangers” living  in Teggiano based on the 1754 Catasto OnciarioCensus(index).
The list below shows the “foreigners” or “strangers” (name+last name+hometown+status), either residents or not in Sala Consilina according to the 1764 Catasto Onciario Census.