Just like the early settlers of the 1700s, 1800s, and early 1900s of a young North America who migrated west popularizing the iconic phrase “Go West Young Man, Go West”, so too the early European immigrants of Northern and Southern Europe would look to the midwest and the far west coast to travel to and settle down, trying to make new lives for themselves.
Among these early Europeans were large waves of Italians from Italy’s mainland and the island of Sicily that had fled poverty, famine, and the oppressive Kingdom of Italy that largely ignored its people. Most settled comfortably into the Northeast region of the United States.
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