The story

Immigration in Brazil - Illustrated History (continued)

Immigration in Brazil - Illustrated History (continued)

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It is a monument of the city of Porto Alegre, in honor of the arrival in 1752 of the first sixty Azorean couples who populated the city.

After the abolition of slavery (1888), the Brazilian government encouraged the entry of European immigrants into our territory.
With the need for skilled labor to replace slaves, thousands of Italians and Germans came to work on the coffee farms in the interior of Sao Paulo, in industries and in the rural south of the country.

Immigrants in the Industry - São Paulo - 1910

Immigrants on Coffee Farms