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Author:

 

João Paulo Pereira da Silva


Report:

 

29


Page:

 

74


Year:

 

2002


Subject Matter:

 

British Community and Family History



Excerpt:

 

In the period 1834-65 certain figures from amongst the British Factory displayed an unusually close relationship with Portugal and its culture, in contrast to the bulk of the British community that remained impervious to outside cultural interests. In 1884 William Richard Harris and John Thomas Quillinan established The Lusitanian with the intention of  informing the British about Portugal and its culture, thereby attempting to overcome the barrier of "ignorance and prejudice".




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