Capra Collina in English translates to “Nanny Goat Hill”, an area of Jessup heavily populated by Italian immigrants in the early half of the Twentieth Century. The settlers kept free-range goats for their milk and cheese, both ricotta and mozzarella. The goats were housed in a communal barn which later became the site of a public school. Unfortunately, the goats were imprinted to return to the site in inclement weather or at first sign of trouble. The school and surrouning neighborhood eventually was referred to as “Nanny Goat Hill”. We use the name to honor those early Italian setters and to recall their contributions to the American experience.