Alicia Hanson One Life's Dream

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One Life's Dream

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One Life's Dream is an inspiring story that offers insight into one young life at the turn of the 20th century. It provides a passionate, meaningful look at the dreams and experiences that continue to flourish from generation to generation. It also gives an historical perspective of an emerging identity within the Italian-American community. This story traces the life and times of Cecilia Signorelli DiOrio, from her beginnings in Sessa Aurunca, Italy, to her settlement in Brooklyn, New York, and Providence, Rhode Island. This book examines the guiding role of Italian-American women, as well as their strength and determination to hold their families and communities together. One Life's Dream traces Cecilia's leadership abilities through various societal changes during her life and explains the influences of those changes on her development. Cecilia's leadership, spirituality, determination and self-esteem provide context for the lessons, disappointments and celebrations of her life.

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Hanson, Alicia DiOrio
Published by PublishAmerica [2004], Baltimore (2004)
ISBN 10: 1413743439 ISBN 13: 9781413743432
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Book Description PublishAmerica [2004], Baltimore, 2004. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Baltimore: PublishAmerica [2004]. Near Fine. 2004. First Edition. Trade Paperback. 1413743439 . First edition [stated First printing] of the author's first book. "An inspiring story that offers insight into one young life at the turn of the 20th Century.This story traces the life and times of Cecilia Signorelli DiOrio, from her beginnings in Sessa Aurunca, Italy, to her settlement in Brookly, New York, and Providence, Rhode Island. This book examines the guiding role of Italian-American women, as well as their strength and determination to hold their families and communities together". Pictorial wrappers, 72 pages, afterthoughts, fulfillment of a dream, resources. Near Fine copy with light upper corner creasing. . Bookseller Inventory # 50938

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