110 North Jackson St, Montgomery, AL 36104
The Cassimus House is a registered private property under the National Register of Historic Places dedicated to the first Greek immigrants in Montgomery, Alabama. The builder of the house, Speridon Cassimus known as the "father of the Greek community" was one of the first Greek immigrants to the state. The Greek communities in the state have little or no physical heritage dating much earlier than the early 20th century, when their churches were built; and the Cassimus House is possibly the oldest remaining landmark associated with the early history of the Greeks in Alabama.
Old Colony Ave & Mt Vernon St Boston, MA 02125
This is a statue that commemorates James Brendan Connolly, an American athlete and author who was the son of Irish immigrants.
746 Dodecanese Blvd Tarpon Springs, Florida
The bronze copper statue stands in the heart of Tarpon Springs, a Greek community that started the center of Florida's sponge industry in 1890. It was erected to commemorate Greek immigrants that moved from Greece to become sponge divers as generations before them have done so in America.
The Hill, St. Louis, MO
The bronze statue "The Italian Immigrants" was commissioned by RUDOLPH TORRINI in 1972. This statue is in memorial to the Italian immigrants who immigrated to St. Louis, MO in the late 19th and early 20th century. "The Italian Immigrants" is located in the now Italian-American neighborhood called The Hill. This memorial is owned by the Hill 2000 Association and resides on the corner of Marconi Street and Wilson Avenue, next to the Catholic church, a prominent area of The Hill.