Introduction
Island 1: Garibaldi in South America
Island 2: The 1848 Revolutions and the Roman Republic
Island 3: Italian Unity: Anglo-American Literary Sympathy and the War of 1859
Island 4: The Sicilian Campaign of 1860 and Italian Unification
Island 5: 1861-1870: The Completion of Italian Unification
Island 6: Retrospection: Autobiographies, Biographies, and Commemorations
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The Anthony P. Campanella Collection of Giuseppe Garibaldi

Sub-Island: Garibaldi's Defense of the Roman Republic from the Illustrated London News



"The Insurrection at Rome.--Attack on the Pope's Palace." (2 December 1848, p. 337)


"Garibaldi and His Negro Servant." (21 July 1849, p. 36)


"One of Garibaldi's Lancers Carrying a Dispatch." (14 July 1849, p. 25)


"Rome.--Garibaldi's Men." (14 July 1849, p. 17)


"March of the French Troops Towards Rome." (12 May 1849, p. 297)


"General Oudinot and Staff." (16 June 1849, p. 408)


"First Attack of the French Troops at Rome, Near the Porta Cavellegiere." (19 May 1849, p. 321)


"The Old Walls of Rome, Showing the Square Towers, from the Outside, Near the Neapolitan Gate." (16 June 1849, p. 408)


"The Roman Legion Entering Rome After the Taking of Velletri." (23 June 1849, p. 432)


"Rome.--General View of the Operations." (14 July 1849, p. 24)


"Attack of the French on the Porta San Pancrazia." (23 June 1849, p. 432)


"The Last Attack on Rome by the French." (28 July 1849, p. 53)


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