The Mafia–Camorra War was a gang war in East Harlem, New York that lasted from 1915-1917.
Ciro Terranova, July 20, 1888 − February 20, 1938, was an Italian-born in New York gangster and one time underboss of the Morello crime family.
Nicolò Terranova, 1890 – September 7, 1916, also known as Nicholas “Nick” Morello, was one of the first Italian-American organized crime figures who were part of the 107th Street Mob and lived in East Harlem.
The 116th Street crew, also known as the Uptown crew, is a powerful crew within the Genovese crime family. In the early 1960s, Anthony Salerno became one of the most powerful capos in the family.
Giosue Gallucci (December 10, 1865 in Naples – May 21, 1915 in New York City), also known as Luccariello, was an old-style crime boss of Italian Harlem in New York City affiliated with the Camorra.
Giuseppe “the Clutch Hand” Morello (May 2, 1867 – August 15, 1930), also known as “The Old Fox”, was the first boss of the Morello crime family and later top adviser to Giuseppe “Joe the Boss” Masseria.