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Carlo & Lina 
Amodio 

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Carlo Amodio pictured in his home being interviewed for the Celebrating Edmonton\'s Italian Community Oral History Project.  Photo by David Ridley, courtesy of the Heritage Community Foundation.Carlo Amodio discusses the history, philosophy and role of the Il Congresso newspaper in Alberta's Italian community.

Il Congresso
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Lina Amodio, 2002.  Photo courtesy of David Ridley and the Heritage Community Foundation.Lina Amodio reflects on the differences between living in Edmonton and living in Naples; family reaction to her decision to emigrate; establishing new roots.  

Emigration Decision
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Carlo and Lina Amodio reflect on the future of the Italian community in Edmonton; what happens to "Italianism" with no new immigration and with future Canadian-born generations? 

The Future of the Italian Community?
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