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Corsican's are Italians... why are we part of France

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Re: Corsicans are not Italians, they are Corsicans.

Colonel Hector Andres Negroni (View posts)
Posted: 19 Mar 2005 1:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Marife:

I you had told my father, grandfather, great-grandfather that they were "Italians," they would have been offended. I remind you that until 1861, there was no "united Italy" and the Italian peninsula was composed of a group of independent city states. One of these city states, Genova, conquered and owned Corsica from 1559 until 1769. In 1769 Genoa (and more specifically The Bank of St. George) ceded its rights over Corsica to France. There was no love lost between the Corsicans and the Genoese. As far as today is concerned, I have visited Corsica often since we still own property in our ancestral village of Rogliano and I can tell you that, although the Corsicans speak French, the Corsicans consider themselves Corsicans first.

Yes, I highly recommend a visit to Capo Corso. More than a visit, it is a pilgrimage.

Preguntabas si conozco a Amarilys Negroni. No la conozco personalmente pero se quien es. Esta casada con Guillermo Feria. Amarilys es la hija de Ivan Negroni Lacroix y Lavinia Carlo Aymat. El bisabuelo Negroni de Amarilys (Pablo Negroni Lluberas) y mi bisabuelo (Andrés Negroni Lluberas) eran hermanos.

Saludos,

Héctor Andrés Negroni
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Greg 15 Jan 2005 4:31AM GMT 
Colonel Hector Andres Negroni 17 Jan 2005 12:20PM GMT 
Greg 18 Jan 2005 7:27AM GMT 
Greg 18 Jan 2005 7:29AM GMT 
María F. Vallecillo 19 Mar 2005 6:23PM GMT 
Colonel Hector Andres Negroni 19 Mar 2005 8:07PM GMT 
Greg 19 Mar 2005 8:28PM GMT 
Colonel Hector Andres Negroni 23 Mar 2005 11:50PM GMT 
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CarlosMF 18 Jan 2008 4:37PM GMT 
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