Bonanno Crime Family.)
Magaddino frequently traveled around the U.S. His 1913 marriage in Brooklyn did not settle him down. Within a few years, he moved his family to South Philadelphia but continued to spend considerable time in New York City. He also traveled to Buffalo, Chicago and possibly Detroit.
Shortly after the start of Prohibition, Magaddino relocated to the Buffalo area. Almost immediately, he was selected boss of the western New York Mafia (previous boss Giuseppe DiCarlo died July 9, 1922). Magaddino remained the chief of the underworld in western New York and nearby Canada for more than fifty years.
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of the S.S. San Giorgio passenger manifest.
Read more about Magaddino and the Mafia of Western New York in
DiCarlo: Buffalo's First Family of Crime by Thomas Hunt and Michael A. Tona.
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