Victor Segna Interview (Part of the Italian American Oral History Project)
|Title:||Victor Segna Interview (Part of the Italian American Oral History Project).|
|Type of Resource:||Sound Recording (Non-musical)|
Victor Segna, born 1903, discusses his parents, where he was from in Italy, World War I, mining, immigrating to the United States in 1920, other Italian families in the area (unnamed location), summer trips to North Dakota for farming work, traditional food, learning the accordion and playing in a band, bartending, local businesses, boarding houses, Christopher Columbus Day, unions, local Catholic parishes, bowling, the Piedmontese language, trips back to Italy, and playing games such as bocce and tarocco at bards. An unidentified female voice discusses the languages that her father spoke, a family member who was deported in the 1930s, and how the rest of her family became citizens.
Oral histories (document genres).
|Restrictions on Access:||Permission to publish the Victor Segna Interview (Part of the Italian American Oral History Project), must be obtained from the University Archivist. The University Archivist may be reached by phone at 906-227-1225, or e-mail, email@example.com. The University Archivist may also be reached in Room 126 of the Learning Resource Center, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI.|
|Is Part Of:||MSS-202, Italian American Oral History Project.|