I sort of started this conversation on Brian's post about Calipari, but continuing it over there would be way off topic. So it goes here!
I love genealogy; it is probably my favorite topic of discussion amongst friends and strangers alike. I would like to get an idea of the ethnographic makeup of MGoBlog's audience.
As two of you now know, I am a greasy blend of Croat, Greek, and Italian. My name, translated across the three languages, roughly means "Decisive victory of the brown-haired people." My Italian grandparents came to Ellis Island in 1934 from the town of Campomarino, in the province of Campobasso, in the region of Molise. My Croatian grandmother emigrated to Copper Harbor, Michigan with her father Antony. My Greek grandfather came to Detroit from the Isle of Man, where he had landed from his original home of Keffalonia, one of the Ionian islands of Greece.
What are you? What's your story?