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Printed out copy of the ship's manifest from the Koenig Albert. On the second page can be seen a list of people leaving from Carlentini, Italy, where most of Omaha's Italian population came from. Three names are marked: Angela Militti, Antonino…

Copy of Concetta Monico's funeral program. She immigrated from Italy as a young girl and died in Nebraska at the age of 104.

Photograph of two women (sisters in the Monaco family) in Little Italy, Omaha.

Photograph of Concetta and Salvatore Monaco in Little Italy, Omaha.

For a granddaughter who got married, Concetta Monaco tatted them a bedspread. Concetta had ten or twelve granddaughters.

This is Pam's Nonna's wallet. The family thinks she brought it over from Italy. Contains a bracelet, six silver coins.

This is a photograph of Concetta and Salvatore Monaco or Monico with their daughter Nettie. They had six children total, one of their other daughters was Pam Rowland's mother. They lived in Little Italy and had a store on 9th and Pierce streets.

Photograph of the inside of Salvatore and Concetta Monaco's store on 9th and Pierce in Little Italy Omaha. They both came over from Carlentini Italy.

Copy of Ship's Manifest. Ship was the S. S. Barbarossa and is the second photograph. It sailed from Naples in 1900. Salvatore Monaco was a passenger who settled in Omaha, he is Pam Rowland's grandfather. They were both from Carlentini. Third…

A scan of a copy of the Santa Lucia song in Italian, sung at the Santa Lucia Festival in Little Italy, Omaha.
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