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religious freedom and jobs. they also had little education

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How many Italians live in America today?

How many Italians live in America today?


Who does Italy hate?

i remember reading somewhere that after the move to America the Italians were not so happy with the Irish. They also "hate" Russia.


Where did Italians settle in America?

in east America


Can Italians move to Aruba?

If Italians aren't scared to fly in a plane then yes they can move to Aruba as well like everybody else.


Where do Italians go when they come to America?

Italians go to new york when they come to America so they can start lives and find work in factories


How was the trip for Italians to get to America?

The trip for the Italians to get to America was not an easy one. They traveled by boat in poor and rough conditions and many arrived in America with nothing more than the clothing on their backs.


What did the Italians bring to America?

Italians bought things like : culture,culinary,traditions,religion.


How where the Italians treated in America?

they had a nickole


How did the Italians come to America and when?

by a boat


Are Italians considered a minority in America?

No


How were Italians treated when they came to America?

Italians were discriminated against because they were stealing American jobs. Sometimes people would throw sticks or stones at the people as they arrived in America.


How did Italians come to the US?

The Italians came to America by boat because Italy is over the ocean where the U.S is


When did the Italians come to America?

In 1889 the Italians came to America to re-build Spokane Ellensburg and Seattle after huge fires also to work on the railroads with construction workers.


What music did the Italians bring to America?

Opera.


Why did Italians bring wine to America?

to have luxury


Where did the Italians settle in America?

Mostly in Texas


Where did Italians live when they came to America?

Most Italians moved to Long Island in New York or to Chicago, Illinois.


How did italians arrive in America?

well the godfather wanted to make pizza in america


Why did Italians come to America?

Italians like all other European immigrants came to America looking for a better opportunity in life. Specifically, they came for better economic opportunities.


How do Italians move their goods?

Look at the one in top


Why do they call Italians wops?

Italians were called first when Europeans started heavily migrating to America. It means 'without papers'.


What kind of food did the Italians contribute to America?

aldrin


What did Italians bring with them to America in their suitcase?

I dont know


What food did Italians bring to America?

Well I know they invented Pizza which is a big hit in America


What is 'Italians and America' when translated from English to Italian?

Gli italiani e l'America is an Italian equivalent of the incomplete English phrase "Italians and America." The phrase translates literally as "the Italians and the America" since Italian employs definite articles where English does not use "the." The pronunciation will be "LYEE-ta-LYA-nee ey la-MEY-ree-ka" in Italian.