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Brian McGinn: "St. Patrick's Day in Peru, 1824" 1/3
As Irish emigrants have scattered across the globe, St. Patrick has been honoured in unexpected ways and places. But a Peruvian celebration of 1824 was ...
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Irish Place Names and Landmarks in Latin America
Home > Latin America > Chile. Irish Place Names and Landmarks in Chile ... The Society for Irish Latin American Studies. Copyright Information.
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Rodriguez, Moises Enrique. "The Spanish Habsburgs and their Irish ...
By Moisés Enrique Rodríguez .... Rodríguez, Moisés Enrique, 'The Spanish Habsburgs and their Irish Soldiers (1587-1700)' in Irish Migration Studies in Latin ...
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Healy, Claire > "Carnaval do Galway: The Brazilian Community in ...
Jul 3, 2006 ... A Pentecostal congregation, the Assembléia de Deus, has set up a church in the area and the community holds their own carnaval every Summer. ...
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Irish Migration Studies in Latin America > Bibliography > Bolivia ...
Boland, Julia and Marilyn Boland, 'From Ireland to South America: A Story of Departures, Separations and Reunions' in Irish Migration Studies in Latin ...
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Murray, Edmundo: "Irish-Mexican Brothers: Edmundo and Juan O'Gorman"
Juan O'Gorman's most important work was the painting of the Central Library in the campus of Universidad Autónoma. The works lasted from 1949 to 1953 and ...
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Healy, Claire > "Carnaval do Galway: The Brazilian Community in ...
Healy, Claire, "Carnaval do Galway: The Brazilian Community in Gort, 1999-2006" in "Irish Migration Studies in Latin America" 4:3 July 2006 ...
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V O L U M E 2 - N U M B E R 3 J u l y - A u g u s t 2 0 0 4 Editor ...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML I was privileged to meet a wide range of people and cover an extensive ..... the new plan followed a pattern used with other towns: Santa Teresa, San Urbano, Elortondo, Arias, .... [1] Alejandra García (c
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Fernandez Chaves, Manuel and Mercedes Gamero Rojas. "Description ...
More interesting still is England’s loss of interest in importing Irish wool. At the beginning of the century this represented 90%, while by the 1740s it ...
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Rodriguez, Moises Enrique. "The Spanish Habsburgs and their Irish ...
Oct 4, 2007 ... Last but not least, the Irish uprising of 1641 further depleted the ranks of the Army of Flanders. In the following months, many veterans ...
 
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