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The Latest Rediscovery of Belle Kanaris Maniates

The Latest Rediscovery of Belle Kanaris Maniates

Belle Kanaris Maniates is, once again, back in the public eye.
The Greek-American Oil Barons

The Greek-American Oil Barons

At this moment in time merely just knowing Greek-American history serves no real purpose.
The 1920s: Greek-Americans in Popular American Song

The 1920s: Greek-Americans in Popular American Song

Since 1821, Americans have been singing about Greeks.
The St. George Memory Project

The St. George Memory Project

The St. George Memory Project is among those historical projects at the very forefront of the new preservation movement that has seized Greek America.
More Antiquarian Theories on the Modern Greeks

More Antiquarian Theories on the Modern Greeks

Since northern Europeans first crawled out of their decorated caves and the druids of the British Isles stopped going into battle naked, after painting themselves blue all over, these noble folk have held quite a number of strange theories concerning the modern Greeks.
The Missionary Scholars in Greek American History

The Missionary Scholars in Greek American History

When one goes to graduate school in the United States there is a process in the social sciences expressed by the phrase ‘knowing the literature.
Theodoros Kyriakopoulos: Forgotten Hero of the Mexican Revolution

Theodoros Kyriakopoulos: Forgotten Hero of the Mexican Revolution

Theodoros Kyriakopoulos occupies a unique place in the modern history of North America and Mexico.
Chris Economaki: Dean of American Motorsports Journalism

Chris Economaki: Dean of American Motorsports Journalism

For nearly eighty years Chris Economaki was the undisputed Dean of Motorsports journalists.
Zaferios G. Caragianades: A True Greek-American Artist

Zaferios G. Caragianades: A True Greek-American Artist

I’ve only ‘met’ Zaferios G Caragianades once in the pages of history.
William Spenser Bagdatopoulos: The Forgotten Greek-American Artist

William Spenser Bagdatopoulos: The Forgotten Greek-American Artist

When does a Greek immigrant become an American? When does that transformation actually take place? And who ultimately determines that status? Turning these questions around, when does the history of Greeks in the Western Hemisphere admit someone as a fellow Greek? Certainly a favorite choice for admittance into Greek-American Studies is once someone is famous or at the very least notable in the wider American society.

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