MOUNT RUSHMORE NATIONAL MEMORIAL
The National Park Services official web site for the mountain
KEYSTONE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
This site mentions Luigi. It is run by Bob Hayes, son of Ed Hayes who was a worker on the mountain.
Another site about Rushmore and its surrounding attractions.
An Italian organization made of people who are from the Fruili-Venezia Guilia region of Italy. Luigi Del Bianco hails from this region, and the Fame’e Furlan has honored their native son many times over the years.
ITALIAN AMERICAN MUSEUM (IN MANHATTAN)
The Italian American Museum is dedicated to exploring the rich cultural heritage of Italy and Italian Americans by presenting the individual and collective struggles and achievements of Italians and their heirs to the American way of life.
WESTCHESTER ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER
The Westchester Italian Cultural Center preserves, promotes and celebrates the rich heritage of classic and contemporary Italian culture by encouraging an appreciation of the Italian language, arts and letters, history, cuisine and commerce through educational programs, exhibits and events.
LOU DEL BIANCO – ACTOR, SINGER STORYTELLER
The website of Luigi’s grandson Lou, who is the author of this web site.
ART OF ENGLISH.NET
An innovative website created by Lou Del Bianco’s wife, Camille Linen.
Camille is a ground breaking teacher in the field of ESL (English as a second language). She uses the arts, history and culture of the United States to teach English. She actually offers a unit on the website on immigration that includes Luigi Del Bianco. If you are a teacher on any level and looking for new and exciting ways to teach, you’ve got to check out her wonderful site!
The largest Italian American service organization in the country.
Italian American One Voice Coalition
This great organization speaks out against any negative stereotyping of Italian Americans.
The Italian American Studies Association (IASA)
The premier association of scholars, writers, artists and others interested in exploring, recording and studying the Italian American experience. Located at The Calandra Institute, 25 West 43rd St., 17th Fl., 10036.