Domenica Zaffarese (1842 - 1891)

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Domenica Zaffarese
1842 - 1891
updated February 06, 2019
Domenica Zaffarese was born around 1842. She died on August 20, 1891 in New York at 49 years old.

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Domenica Zaffarese died on August 20, 1891 in New York at 49 years of age. She was born around 1842. There is no information about Domenica's family or relationships.
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In 1842, in the year that Domenica Zaffarese was born, Sir Richard Owen, an English paleontologist, created the name "Dinosauria", which meant "Terrible Reptile" or "Fearfully Great Reptile". It has since been Anglicized to "dinosaur".

In 1861, Domenica was 19 years old when on February 11th the U.S. House voted unanimously to guarantee noninterference with slavery in any state, allowing states to decide whether they would allow slavery or not.

In 1873, Domenica was 31 years old when on May 27th, German archaeologist and businessman Heinrich Schliemann found what he said was "Priam's Treasure" - confirming the existence of ancient Troy. The find in Hissarlik Turkey is still disputed as being a part of Troy.

In 1885, Domenica was 43 years old when on June 17th, the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor. Two hundred thousand people and hundreds of boats greeted the statue. It had to be assembled but that had to wait until the pedestal was completed the following April.

In 1891, in the year of Domenica Zaffarese's passing, James Naismith, at the Springfield Massachusetts YMCA, invented the game of basketball. Originally using two peach baskets and a soccer ball, he created the game to keep his students active during the long, harsh New England winters.

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Julia M Zaffarese
around 1849 - Nov 11, 1940
Nicola Zaffarese
around 1882 - Jul 3, 1942
Nicolas Zaffarese
around 1926  - Oct 10, 1926
Paolo Zaffarese
around 1911  - Nov 7, 1911
Antoinette Zaffaresi
around 1909 - Dec 4, 1938
Antonia Zaffarisa
around 1850 - Jan 6, 1908
Athena Zaffas
around 1916 - Apr 13, 1917
Mollie Zaffe
around 1898 - Nov 13, 1944
Sadie Zaffe
around 1895 - Jul 23, 1897
Sarah R Zaffe
around 1866 - Apr 16, 1940
Ernest Zaffer
around 1899 - Dec 31, 1946
Frank Zafferano
around 1863 - Jun 13, 1932
Giacomina Zafferocuo
around 1925  - Feb 4, 1925
George Zaffers
around 1883 - Jan 14, 1942
Clemente Zaffino
around 1894 - Mar 20, 1945
Domenica Zaffino
around 1888 - Oct 12, 1918
Giuseppe Zaffino
around 1906  - Nov 21, 1906
Luigi Zaffino
around 1852 - Oct 12, 1902
Maria Zaffino
around 1876 - Jul 30, 1946
Concetta Zaffira
around 1854 - Jan 18, 1929
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