Domenico Marino’s life started in southern Italy and ended in North Philadelphia. In between came a stop at a coffee plantation in Brazil, where he was an indentured laborer. Basically, he did the work left behind by the country’s freshly freed slaves, but signing on for two years of that job was his ticket to the new world.
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