Documents relating to Antonio Giannoni (or Gannoni) 1814-1883, the first Italian settler in South Australia, collected by Desmond O'Connor, Italian Discipline, Flinders University.
These documents include copies of Giannoni's family tree and passenger records from his voyage to Australia.
O'Connor wrote the biography of Giannoni, "From Crewman to Cabbie: A Profile of the First Italian Settler in South Australia", Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, 19, 1991, pp. 8-25, (Located at Call Number p 994.2 O15f ).
A postprint author produced PDF of: O’Connor, Desmond 1993. Italians in South Australia: The First Hundred Years. In D.O’Connor and A. Comin (eds) 1993. ‘Proceedings: the First Conference on the Impact of Italians in South Australia, 16-17 July 1993’, Italian Congress: Italian Discipline, The Flinders University of South Australia: Adelaide, 15-32, is archived at Flinders University: fac.flinders.edu.au