ECHO Molise
  Emigration and Cultural Heritage of the Molise
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lou maucieri said:   December 4, 2009 11:35 am PST
I just read about the ancient history of the Molise region and the Samnites. This is a very scholarly review of the earliest recorded history of the region my father came from. I want to go back again. The land , the people, the art, the Food! Lifetime memories.

nicholas campanelli said:   September 19, 2009 9:12 am PST
It is amazing to see how many people and family members go into this site. From a small village in Italy where my grandparents and father are from, it was great when I went for a visit for the first time and with friends that are not italian fell in love with the hosptipity of our cousins, the bueaty and tradations. were you come from.

Beth Welton said:   August 16, 2009 4:13 pm PST
Hello! I am researching my ancestry; my grandfather emigrated from Bonefro in the early 1900s. I am curious why the villagers are living in wooden houses out of the village. Did something happen? I would like to visit Bonefro one day; your pictures are so inviting! Beth

lou maucieri said:   August 14, 2009 6:56 pm PST
I am astounded and pleased to see this story coming out of my father's hometown. Our visit in 2008 was really otherworldly- especially meeting all the cousins found for us by Donna. A time to remember....a time to hold on to. God bless your efforts. Lou M- Sacramento

Rob Miller said:   August 2, 2009 10:36 pm PST
Cool site.

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