Italians in Toronto: Development of a National Identity, 1875-1935.

By: Zucchi, John E.

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Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket


8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xiv - 255 pp. Gray cloth over boards with black lettering on the spine. Illustrated with black and white photographs, 5 maps, and 20 tables. Twenty-eight pages of notes, a 19 page bibliography and a 9 page comprehensive index. From the dust jacket: ". . . provides an insightful account of how village and regional groups transplanted their communities into the city that is now one of the largest expatriate centres for Italians in the world. . . . Zucchi traces how, in the New World, immigrants developed a stronger sense of talian identity at the same time as they were transported into a new society." Both book and jacket show minor wear to the spine tips, otherwise fine.

Title: Italians in Toronto: Development of a National Identity, 1875-1935.

Author Name: Zucchi, John E.

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Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Kingston, Ontario / Montreal, Quebec., McGill-Queen's University Press.: 1988

ISBN Number: 0773506535

ISBN Number 13: 9780773506534

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 27873

Keywords: Canada; Toronto; Ontario; Immigration; Culture; Economy; Fascism; College Street; Dufferin, Davenport; Little Italy; Endogamy; Exogamy; Groceries;