About the Book
This is a stand alone guide to the website www.scotsitalian.com. It charts the arrival of the first Italian immigrants to Scotland and details their evolving history and culture.
It also features today's Scots-Italians and how many have diversified from Fish and Chips and Ice Cream into professional positions and follows the impact they have had on the arts.
It covers the tragic fate of the Arandora Star and heralds the magnificent Orkney Chapel.
Please note that this is a non-profit publication and all sales will be re-invested into the upkeep and maintenance of the website.
Features & Details
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Oct 31, 2010
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In the real world I run the Seaview Cafe in Wemyss Bay with my mother Lauretta, sister Alessia and brother Michele. I recently went back to my roots and married the beautiful Dorothea, in Castelvecchio Pascoli, Barga in April 2008.