This is a detail of the Cansiglio map of Baron General Anton Von Zach dating back to 1803, on which the limits of the requested concession have been reported; there are about 500 hectares and in the Vallorch area the words “I Scatoleri” appear, and this is the first settlement.
Domenico Azzalini, according to Di Bérenger’s reconstruction and to these documents, arrived in Cansiglio in 1798 with 4 of his 6 children: Pietro, Tommaso, Dionisio and Massimo, who will become a priest and Dionisio, who will return to Carnia. Business is going well, and in 1800, again through Celotta, an integration to the contract is requested and Cristiano Azzalini, Domenico’s nephew, comes in 1801 as Domenico’s workers and in 1802 Giacomo Slaviero arrives as Pietro’s worker.
Later Pietro succeeds his father in the administration, and he and his brother Don Massimo now manage the contracts directly. In 1816 arrived Tommaso Gandin and in 1822 Luigi Gandin as workers of Don Massimo and finally
in 1823 Cristiano Bonato with his sons Giovanni and Matteo as Pietro’s worker. They are all from Roana on the Asiago plateau and are the four families of Cimbri in Cansiglio.
In 1833 Giovanni Loser also arrived as a worker for Nicolò Slaviero, son of Giacomo, who later changed his job.
In 1836 Luigi Gandin di Tomaso, who however is not the previous Luigi, nor the son of the previous Tomaso, whose sons are called Eugenio, Beniamino and Giovanni.