Thursday, May 21, 6 p.m. EST. Get all the tips of how to begin researching your Italian family through this first webinar from NIAF's virtual three-part Genealogy Series. In the first session, we will answer both Genealogy and Dual Citizenship Questions; it is free but you must register to attend! REGISTER NOW Bianca Ottone, founder of My Italian F...

For those of you who may be familiar with the Italian Citizenship Assistance (ICA) articles on the subject of Italian citizenship, you may also be familiar with the Italian Citizenship Podcast where we discuss the ins and outs of Italian citizenship; how to apply and so on.  Recently, we at ICA, have been receiving a number of inquiries from our cl...

Discovering your past lays out a road map for your future! In this week’s episode, we’ll prove that while reconstructing your family history might take effort, the rewards are priceless! Podcast co-host Anthony Fasano asked the gang to get together to share their first-hand experiences discovering family history, and how seeking out and finding his...

For those of you who may be eligible for Italian citizenship by descent, proving that you actually qualify for citizenship comes with the task of gathering multiple documents to demonstrate that you are in fact already an Italian citizen due to your Italian ancestry. In your search for this information, sometimes people find themselves becoming qu...

Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 10:30 AM. Cos Cob Library, 5 Sinawoy Road, Greenwich, CT, 06807. Greenwich Genealogy teacher Janeen Bjork will present case studies of local Italian-American families, demonstrating Genealogy research techniques that apply to any ethnic group, as well as tips that are specific to Italians and Italian-Americans. The pr...

Thursday, August 29, 7pm. Tewksbury Public Library300 Chandler Street, Tewksbury, MA. Learn practical and proven Italian family history research strategies from professional genealogist, Jenny Tonks. Italian civil jurisdictions and vital records practices will be discussed. She will focus on Italian emigration to the US, and the relevant demographi...

Saturday, May 18, 2019 • 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. Library & Archives at the History Center - 1212 Smallman St., Pittsburgh, PA 15222. $40 for general registration and $30 for members. Register Here. Join genealogist Rich Venezia of Rich Roots Genealogy for a workshop on delving into your family history in Italy and the United States. Benefiting beginner...

Saturday April 13, 10:30 am. Sponsored by Italian Genealogical Group, Inc. Bethpage Public Library, 47 Powell Avenue, Bethpage, NY. Contact: Maryanne Yenoli 631-940-0255. ma.yenoli@gmail.com publicity@italiangen.org Patricia Ann Kellner, President of the DNA Genealogy Group of Long Island, will teach how to build a private Facebook group to attract...

Despite an unusually brutal cold that gripped Cleveland for a few days at the end of January forcing schools, universities and numerous prominent local institutions to close or cancel previously scheduled events, the Western Reserve Historical Society kept its door open on Wednesday, Jan. 30 to welcome a large group of participants to “To be or not...

When your grandparents bring you up, getting cured with peculiar medical remedies is as natural as getting double portions on your dinner plate because you’re the youngest. We all got warm milk, honey and a drop of rum when we had a bad cough, and eating eggs was certainly forbidden if we were taking antibiotics. My grandmother, as many others from...