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{{Argentina has had many ethnic minorities including Armenians, French, Germans, Irish, Italians, Japanese, Jews, Poles, Spaniards, Swiss, and Welsh. It's important to learn the history of the ethnic, racial, and religious groups your ancestors belonged to. For example, you might study a history of the Jews in -sidebar}}{{breadcrumb| link1=[[Argentina, Germans in Genealogy|Argentina, the Welsh in Patagonia, or French in Esperanza, Santa Fe. This historical background can help you identify where your ancestors lived and when they lived there, where they migrated, the types of records they might be listed in, and other information to help you understand your family's history.]]| link2=| link3=| link4=| link5=[[Argentina Cultural Groups|Cultural Groups]]}}
Few immigrants came to Argentina before 1800has had many ethnic minorities including Armenians, French, Germans, Irish, Italians, Japanese, Jews, Poles, Spaniards, Swiss, but with the independence and after the defeat of Juan Manuel de Rosas, Argentina opened the door to EuropeansWelsh. Under Justo Jose de Urquiza, incentives were made It's important to encourage immigration for the benefit of learn the country. One history of the first incentive was to create agriculture  colonies, providing all the necessary landethnic, toolsracial, and animals religious groups your ancestors belonged to insure success for the new colonies. In addition the government was to respect the believes and culture For example, you might study a history of the new immigrants. They encouraged and helped Jews in Argentina, Germans in Argentina, the immigrants get establish Welsh in farmingPatagonia, industryor French in Esperanza, Santa Fe. This historical background can help you identify where your ancestors lived and commerce. Later when they lived there, where they migrated, the government helped establish churches types of records they might be listed in the new colonies, and other information to help you understand your family's history.
For some minorities in Few immigrants came to Argentina there are some unique records before 1800, but with the independence and resources availableafter the defeat of Juan Manuel de Rosas, Argentina opened the door to Europeans. These include historiesUnder Justo Jose de Urquiza, gazetteersincentives were made to encourage immigration for the benefit of the country. One of the first incentives was to create agricultural  colonies, biographical sourcesproviding all the necessary land, settlement patternstools, and handbooksanimals to ensure success for the new colonies. In addition, the government was to respect the following paragraphs only some beliefs and culture of the major minority groups of Argentina are mentionednew immigrants. Some references They encouraged and overview are givenhelped the immigrants get established in farming, industry, but this is not a comprehensive overview of any of and commerce. Later the government helped establish churches in the minorities mentionednew colonies.
An example For some minorities in Argentina there are some unique records and resources available. These include histories, gazetteers, biographical sources, settlement patterns, and handbooks. In the following paragraphs only some of the major minority groups of Argentina are mentioned. Some references and overview are given, but this is not a book on comprehensive overview of any of the minorities is:mentioned.
* Hagen, William W. Germans, ''Poles and Jews: The Nationality Conflict in the Prussian East, 1772-1914.'' Chicago: University An example of Chicago Press, 1980. (FHL a book 943 F2hw.)on minorities is:
The Family History Library collects records of these groups*Hagen, especially published historiesWilliam W. These are listed Germans, ''Poles and Jews: The Nationality Conflict in the Family History Library Catalog Prussian East, 1772-1914.'''[httpChicago://wwwUniversity of Chicago Press, 1980.familysearch(FHL book 943 F2hw.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitysearch&columns=*,0,0 Place Search]''' under:)
ARGENTINA The Family History Library collects records of these groups, especially published histories. These are listed in the FamilySearch Catalog '''[https://familysearch.org/catalog- MINORITIESsearch Place Search]''' under:
ARGENTINA, (PROVINCE) - MINORITIES
ARGENTINA , (PROVINCE) - JEWISH HISTORYMINORITIES
Other sources are also in the '''[http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=generalsubjectsearch&columns=*,0,0 Subject Search]'''of the Family History Library Catalog under the name of the minority, such as Jews, Germans, or Irish. Some sources are listed under:ARGENTINA - JEWISH HISTORY
MINORITY Other sources are also in the '''[https://familysearch.org/catalog- ARGENTINAsearch&catSearchType=subject Subject Search]'''  of the FamilySearch Catalog under the name of the minority, such as Jews, Germans, or Irish. Some sources are listed under:
=== Armenians ===MINORITY - ARGENTINA
=== Armenians have been present in Argentina in small numbers since the colonial times. Small groups continued to come after 1860, settling in Buenos Aires and the other cities. These early immigrants participated in military, commerce, and business. ===
When political turmoil prevailed Armenians have been present in their home land Argentina in small numbers since the early 1900s the Armenians, they began to immigrate in forcecolonial times. Because of restrictions preventing immigration Small groups continued to the United Statescome after 1860, many immigrated to Argentina. In 1913 the Armenian institution, Unión General Armenia de Beneficencia, (General Union of Armenians of Kindness) was created settling in Buenos Airesand the other cities. The These early Armenians became prominent in textiles with some rug factories in Corrientes, three plastics factories in Villa Ballester, a shoe factory immigrants participated in Marashmilitary, and some commerce factories in Mendoza, along the stripe between the suburb of Once from Rivadavia to Viamonte and from Junín to Pueyrredón. Each of these trades became big business in Argentina. The Armenian Catholic Church in Buenos Aires began with Father Kazezián of the Misión Armenia Catolica. Records of the Armenian Catholic Church in Buenos Aires start in 1925. There is also an Armenian Catholic parish in Córdoba.
Protestant When political turmoil prevailed in their home land in the early 1900s the Armenians belong , they began to immigrate in force. Because of restrictions preventing immigration to either the Iglesia Evangélica Congregacional United States, many immigrated to Argentina. In 1913 the Armenian institution, Unión General Armenia de Beneficencia, (Church General Union of Armenians of Kindness) was created in Buenos Aires. The early Armenians became prominent in textiles with some rug factories in Corrientes, three plastics factories in Villa Ballester, a shoe factory in Marash, and some commerce factories in Mendoza, along the stripe between the suburb of Once from Rivadavia to Viamonte and from Junín to Pueyrredón. Each of these trades became big business in Argentina. The Armenian Evangelical Congregationalists) or Catholic Church in Buenos Aires began with Father Kazezián of the Iglesia Evangélica Misión Armenia (Catolica. Records of the Armenian Catholic Church of Armenia Evanglicals)in Buenos Aires start in 1925. There is also an Armenian Catholic parish in Córdoba.
For further reference see:* Binayán, Narciso. ''La Colectividad Protestant Armenians belong to either the Iglesia Evangélica Congregacional Armenia en la Argentina.'' (The Church of the Armenian Community in Argentina.Evangelical Congregationalists). Buenos Aires: Alzamor Editores, 1974. or the Iglesia Evangélica Armenia (FHL book 982 B2bChurch of Armenia Evanglicals).)
=== French ===For further reference see:
*Binayán, Narciso. ''La Colectividad Armenia en la Argentina.'' (The French came Armenian Community in much smaller numbers than the Spaniards and ItaliansArgentina.). They were here early in the history of ArgentinaBuenos Aires: Alzamor Editores, being well organized within their communities1974. (FHL book 982 B2b. They created many organizations that helped them keep their culture alive, including the following:)
Association Française Philanthropique et de Beinfaisance du Rio de la Plata was founded in 1832. This association was created to help the french in their daily lives and to help run the === French hospital that was established in same year. ===
Chambre de commerce Française en République Argentine (The French Chamber of Commerce came in much smaller numbers than the Spaniards and Italians. They were here early in the Republic history of Argentina) founded in Buenos Aires in 1884, being well organized within their communities. The chamber of commerce They created many organizations that helped them keep their culture alive, including the French in business transactions.following:
Alliance Association Française Philanthropique et de Buenos Aires (French Alliance of Buenos Aires) Beinfaisance du Rio de la Plata was founded in 1893 1832. This association was created to help the families keep french in their daily lives and to help run the French cultural and language hospital that was established in the home. This institute taught the students the french culture. The Alliance established schools through out Argentinasame year.
Centre Basque Français Chambre de commerce Française en République Argentine (French Basque CenterChamber of Commerce in the Republic of Argentina) was established founded in Buenos Aires in 1895 by 1884. The chamber of commerce helped the French Basque to maintain their culturein business transactions.
Association Alliance Française de Secours Mutuels de Buenos Aires (French Association of Mutual Help Alliance of Buenos Aires) was founded in 1859 under 1893 to help the families keep the name of La Française (The French), this organization helped cultural and language in the home. This institute taught the students the give medical attention and subsidies to older peoplefrench culture. Newspapers have been published in French in The Alliance established schools through out Argentina since 1791.
A book that gives reference to some of the Centre Basque Français (French and German families that settled Basque Center) was established in 1895 by the Esperanza area is the following:French Basque to maintain their culture.
* Gori, Gastón. ''Familias fundadoras Association Française de Secours Mutuels de la colonia Esperanza.'' Buenos Aires (Founding Families French Association of Mutual Help of Buenos Aires) was founded in 1859 under the Colony name of EsperanzaLa Française (The French), this organization helped the give medical attention and subsidies to older people. Santa Fe, Newspapers have been published in French in Argentina: Librería y Editorial Colmegna, 1974since 1791. (FHL book 982 A1 #20.)
=== Germans ===A book that gives reference to some of the French and German families that settled in the Esperanza area is the following:
Some *Gori, Gastón. ''Familias fundadoras de la colonia Esperanza.'' (Founding Families of the early Mennonite missionaries came to Colony of Esperanza). Santa Fe, Argentina in 1917 making their first parish in Pehuajo: Librería y Editorial Colmegna, 300 miles southwest from Buenos Aires1974. (FHL book 982 A1 #20.)
After 25 years, the Mennonite mission consisted of 25 parishes, which spread around the northeastern provinces, with a large treasury. With these monies they were able to build churches, schools, hospital, orphanage and retirement homes, and a small printing office which printed The Mennonite Voice.=== Germans ===
A special committees governed these institutionsSome of the early Mennonite missionaries came to Argentina in 1917 making their first parish in Pehuajo, 300 miles southwest from Buenos Aires.
Some After 25 years, the Mennonite mission consisted of 25 parishes, which spread around the northeastern provinces, with a large treasury. With these early Mennonites came from Canada and after being in Argentina, monies they returned were able to Canada. For the most partbuild churches, schools, hospital, howeverorphanage and retirement homes, those who immigrated stayedand a small printing office which printed The Mennonite Voice.
The Germans (Mennonites from Russia, and Catholics and Lutherans from Germany) settled in the larger region of Buenos Aires with most of their colonies in Buenos Aires and Entre Rios. A good map that gives reference to special committees governed these colonies is found in:institutions.
* Stumpp, Karl. Karte der russlanddeutschen Siedlungen Some of these early Mennonites came from Canada and after being in Südamerika:Brasilien, ParaguayArgentina, Uruguay und Argetinienthey returned to Canada. (Maps of For the Russian–German Settlements in South America: Brazilmost part, Paraguayhowever, Uruguay and Argentina). Germany: Stumpp, 1962. Scale 1:680,000. (FHL map 947 E7sf; film 1183657 item 1those who immigrated stayed.)
Immigration index cards were filmed The Germans (Mennonites from Russia, and Catholics and Lutherans from Germany) settled in the archives larger region of Buenos Aires with most of Koblenztheir colonies in Buenos Aires and Entre Rios. These are index cards are arranged alphabetically by surname for German–speaking emigrants from Russia A good map that gives reference to Argentina, China, North American, and elsewhere.these colonies is found in:
They may provides information on place of origin*Stumpp, state of allegianceKarl. Karte der russlanddeutschen Siedlungen in Südamerika:Brasilien, birth and death date and placeParaguay, religion, date Uruguay und Argetinien. (Maps of emigrationthe Russian–German Settlements in South America: Brazil, destination abroadParaguay, profession; full name of spouse, birth Uruguay and death date and placeArgentina). Germany: Stumpp, place and date of marriage; names1962. Scale 1:680, birth places and dates of children, and their residences and spouses’ names000. Information may be incomplete(FHL map 947 E7sf; film 1183657 item 1. Following are references to these indexes:)
* Deutsches Ausland –Institut (Stuttgart)Immigration index cards were filmed in the archives of Koblenz. Auswandererkartei von Russlanddeutschen nach Argentinien: 1870–1945 (Emigration Card Index of Russian–Germans These index cards are arranged alphabetically by surname for German–speaking emigrants from Russia to Argentina: 1870–1945). Koblenz: Bundesarkiv, 1988. (FHL film 1552795 item 4China, North America, and elsewhere.)
=== Irish ===They may provide information on place of origin, state of allegiance, birth and death date and place, religion, date of emigration, destination abroad, profession; full name of spouse, birth and death date and place, place and date of marriage; names, birth places and dates of children, and their residences and spouses’ names. Information may be incomplete. Following are references to these indexes:
The Irish were among the early people to come *Deutsches Ausland –Institut (Stuttgart). Auswandererkartei von Russlanddeutschen nach Argentinien: 1870–1945 (Emigration Card Index of Russian–Germans to Argentina as soldiers and missionaries in the early colonial times: 1870–1945). As with other groupsKoblenz: Bundesarkiv, they later established their own communities and services to help promote their culture1988. (FHL film 1552795 item 4. Some good references for information on where they settled and there history are the following:)
* Murray, Thomas. ''The Story of the === Irish in Argentina.'' New York: J.P. Kennedy, 1919. (FHL film 1279286 item 2.)* Coghlan, Eduardo Antonio. ''Los Irlandeses: apuntes para la historia y la genealogía de las familias Irlandesas establecidas en la República Argentina en el siglo XIX'' (The Irish: Notes on the history and genealogy of Irish families Established in the Republic of Argentina in the 19th Century). Buenos Aires: Clancy y Cíal, 1970. (FHL book 982 f2c.)* Coghlan, Eduardo A. ''Los Irlandeses en la Argentina: su actuación y descendencia.'' (The Irish in Argentina: Their Doings and Descendants.) Buenos Aires: Abraxas, 1987. (FHL book 982 D2ce.) This book is indexed and has short genealogies of the Irish families in Argentina.* Coghlan, Eduardo Antonio. ''El Aporte de los Irlandeses a la formación de la nación Argentina.''(Contributions of the Irish in forming the nation of Argentina). Buenos Aires: Imprents El Vuelo de Fénix, 1982. (FHL book 982 W2c.) This book includes the Irish that are registered in the passenger list in the Archivo General de al Nación 1822/1862 and in the published listed from the newspaper The Standard 1863–1880, listed in alphabetical order by surname and date of arrival. It also includes the Irish in the 1855 census of Buenos Aires, and the 1869 and 1995 census of several of the provinces of Argentina where the Irish settled, listing only the Irish. ===
=== Italians ===The Irish were among the early people to come to Argentina as soldiers and missionaries in the early colonial times. As with other groups, they later established their own communities and services to help promote their culture. Some good references for information on where they settled and there history are the following:
*Murray, Thomas. ''The Italians were Story of the Irish in Argentine during colonial timesArgentina.'' New York: J.P. Kennedy, 1919. (FHL film 1279286 item 2. However large waves ) *Coghlan, Eduardo Antonio. ''Los Irlandeses: apuntes para la historia y la genealogía de las familias Irlandesas establecidas en la República Argentina en el siglo XIX'' (The Irish: Notes on the history and genealogy of Irish families Established in the Republic of Italians did not come to Argentina until after 1850in the 19th Century). Buenos Aires: Clancy y Cíal, 1970. (FHL book 982 f2c.) *Coghlan, Eduardo A. ''Los Irlandeses en la Argentina: su actuación y descendencia. About 80% to 90% '' (The Irish in Argentina: Their Doings and Descendants.) Buenos Aires: Abraxas, 1987. (FHL book 982 D2ce.) This book is indexed and has short genealogies of the present-day Argentinians have Italian ancestryIrish families in Argentina. As with other groups*Coghlan, Eduardo Antonio. ''El Aporte de los Irlandeses a la formación de la nación Argentina.''(Contributions of the Italians have established many different types Irish in forming the nation of institutions to help keep Argentina). Buenos Aires: Imprents El Vuelo de Fénix, 1982. (FHL book 982 W2c.) This book includes the Italian culture alive Irish that are registered in the passenger list in the Archivo General de al Nación 1822/1862 and in the published listed from the newspaper The Standard 1863–1880, listed in alphabetical order by surname and date of arrival. It also includes the Irish in the 1855 census of Buenos Aires, and the 1869 and 1995 census of several of the provinces of Argentinawhere the Irish settled, listing only the Irish.
Among these institutions are hospitals (the first in Buenos Aires in 1853), social clubs, a chamber of commerce to help the Italian populace, and schools.=== Italians ===
There are good histories that relate The Italians were in Argentine during colonial times. However large waves of Italians did not come to Argentina until after 1850. About 80% to 90% of the present-day Argentinians have Italian ancestry. As with other groups, the history Italians have established many different types of institutions to help keep the Italians Italian culture alive in Argentina. The Family History Library also has some immigration records that lists people who came into Argentina:
* Valais Among these institutions are hospitals (Suisse:Canton. Conseil D’Etat. ''Documents divers concernant l’émigration el les autres papiers du Conseil d’Etat, 1829–1902'' (Diverse Documents Concerning the Emigration of the Other Papers of the Privy Council, 1829–1902first in Buenos Aires in 1853). Sion, Suisse: Arcives du Cantonsocial clubs, 1983. (FHL film 1344039–1344045.) This record has some a chamber of commerce to help the Valadesien who  immigrated into the area of Rio de la Plata.* SergiItalian populace, Jorge F. ''Historia de las Italianos en la Argentina:Los Italianos y sus descendientes a través del descubriemento de América y de la historia Argentina'' (The History of the Italians in Argentina: The Italians and Their Descendants Throughout the Discovery of America and the History of Argentina). Buenos Aires: Editora Italo Argentina, 1940. (FHL book 982 F2i; film 0908853 item 2)schools.
=== Jews ===There are good histories that relate the history of the Italians in Argentina. The Family History Library also has some immigration records that lists people who came into Argentina:
By 1936 there were many Jews in Argentina, most coming from Russia and Poland*Valais (Suisse:Canton. Conseil D’Etat. They settled in Buenos Aires''Documents divers concernant l’émigration el les autres papiers du Conseil d’Etat, Rosario1829–1902'' (Diverse Documents Concerning the Emigration of the Other Papers of the Privy Council, La Plata, Corrientes, Tucumán1829–1902). Sion, SaltaSuisse: Arcives du Canton, Santa Fe, and Mendoza1983. As war continued throughout the world addition waves of Jews came into the country(FHL film 1344039–1344045. Although the numbers were great in the beginning ) This record has some of the immigration waves, Jew have intermarried and some have assimilated Valadesien who  immigrated into the general populacearea of Rio de la Plata. At times the Sephardic and the Ashkenazic groups have had to join together for worship*Sergi, yet they try to maintain their separated congregations only joining together when the need arisesJorge F. ''Historia de las Italianos en la Argentina:Los Italianos y sus descendientes a través del descubriemento de América y de la historia Argentina'' (The Jewish community is strong History of the Italians in Argentina with many businessmen : The Italians and tradesmen contributing Their Descendants Throughout the growth Discovery of America and the countryHistory of Argentina). Buenos Aires: Editora Italo Argentina, 1940. (FHL book 982 F2i; film 0908853 item 2).
It is estimated that at present there are more than 300,000 === Jews in Argentina today. For references on the Jews check the following: ===
* AvniBy 1936 there were many Jews in Argentina, Haimmost coming from Russia and Poland. ''Argentina They settled in Buenos Aires, Rosario, La Plata, Corrientes, Tucumán, Salta, Santa Fe, and Mendoza. As war continued throughout the world addition waves of Jews: a history of Jewish immigrationcame into the country.''Tuscaloosa: Although the numbers were great in the University beginning of Alabama Pressthe immigration waves, 1991Jew have intermarried and some have assimilated into the general populace. (FHL book 982 F2a.)* LewinAt times the Sephardic and the Ashkenazic groups have had to join together for worship, Boleslaoyet they try to maintain their separated congregations only joining together when the need arises. ''La colectividad Judía en la Argentina'' (The Jewish community is strong in Argentina). Buenos Aires: Alzamor Editores, 1974. (FHL book 982 F2Lewith many businessmen and tradesmen contributing the growth of the country.)
=== Welsh ===It is estimated that at present there are more than 300,000 Jews in Argentina today. For references on the Jews check the following:
Beginning in 1865 many Welsh settlers left Wales *Avni, Haim. ''Argentina and settled in Argentinathe Jews: a history of Jewish immigration. For additional details see: *[http''Tuscaloosa://wwwthe University of Alabama Press, 1991.glaniad(FHL book 982 F2a.com/index) *Lewin, Boleslao.php?lang=''La colectividad Judía en httpla Argentina'' (The Jewish community in Argentina). Buenos Aires://www.glaniadAlzamor Editores, 1974.com/index(FHL book 982 F2Le.php?lang=en])
=== Native Races Welsh ===
About 250,000 Indians may have lived Beginning in 1865 many Welsh settlers left Wales and settled in what is now Argentina when the first Europeans arrived in the 1500s. By the late 1800s, many Indians had died of European diseases or had been killed by EuropeansFor additional details see: [https://www. Many others intermarried with Europeans, producing a mestizo populationhistoric-uk. There are still a few Indians left com/HistoryUK/HistoryofWales/The-History-of-Patagonia/ The History of the Welsh Settlement in the regions of Chaco, Formosa, La Puna de Atacama, and la Patagonia.]
Most of these Indians had accepted the nation’s lifestyle. Few maintain themselves alone and separate.=== Native Races ===
The Spaniards created About 250,000 Indians may have lived in what is now Argentina when the first Europeans arrived in the reducciones1500s. By the late 1800s, which were many Indians missions had died of European diseases or small villages, usually run had been killed by the Jesuits or FranciscanEuropeans. Many others intermarried with Europeans, for the protection of the producing a mestizo population. There are still a few Indians. Some of the early reducciones were established left in the northeast regions of the country in ConcepciónChaco, Candelaria, San Javier, Apóstoles, Santa AnaFormosa, La Cruz, Santo Tomé, San Miguel, San Ignacio Mini, Corpus, TubichminiPuna de Atacama, and Santiago del Baradero. Others were established later. Some of these reducciones were successful, but others were short livedla Patagonia.
The Family History Library does have Indians censuses in the collection for Argentina. Some Most of these are censuses of Indians had accepted the Indian populations who lived in old tax district of Misiones province in the viceroyalty of La Platanation’s lifestyle. This district is now part of Missiones province, ArgentinaFew maintain themselves alone and separate. Old Misiones province also included the modern states of Paraguay and Uruguay:
* PadronesThe Spaniards created the reducciones, 1657–1801 (Censuseswhich were Indians missions or small villages, 1657–1801)usually run by the Jesuits or Franciscan, for the protection of the Indians. Buenos Aires: Archivo General de la NaciónSome of the early reducciones were established in the northeast of the country in Concepción, Candelaria, San Javier, Apóstoles, Santa Ana, La Cruz, Santo Tomé, San Miguel, San Ignacio Mini, Corpus, 1992Tubichmini, and Santiago del Baradero. Others were established later. (FHL film 1840693–840702Some of these reducciones were successful, 1840706but others were short lived.)
Censuses were also taken The Family History Library does have Indians censuses in the collection for Argentina. Some of these are censuses of the Indian populations who lived in some of the old tax districts district of Misiones province in the Viceroylty viceroyalty of La Plata. Census documents that form This district is now part of Missiones province, Argentina. Old Misiones province also included the "Interior" collection modern states of the Argentine National Archive in Buenos Aires includeParaguay and Uruguay:
* Padrones, 1780–1807 1657–1801 (Censuses, 1780–18071657–1801). Buenos Aires: Archivo General de la Nación, 1992. (FHL film 1840704–51840693–840702, 1840707–91840706.)
=== Spaniards ===Censuses were also taken of the Indian populations who lived in some of the old tax districts of the Viceroylty of La Plata. Census documents that form part of the "Interior" collection of the Argentine National Archive in Buenos Aires include:
The Spanish people have been in Argentina since the beginning of colonial times*Padrones, 1780–1807 (Censuses, 1780–1807). After the independence of Argentina from SpainBuenos Aires: Archivo General de la Nación, immigration to the country slowed down considerably1992. In the middle to late–1800s Spaniards again started to immigrate to Argentina in large numbers(FHL film 1840704–5, 1840707–9. Today many Argentinians have Spanish ancestry. Some books about the Spaniards in Argentina are:)
* Monner Sans, Ricardo. Los Catalanes en la Argentina (Catalans in Argentina). Buenos Aires: Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1927. (FHL book 982 F2mc.)=== Spaniards ===
Actas de licensia para ausentarse en ultramar:* 1845 – 1931 ( Licenses granted for residence outside The Spanish people have been in Argentina since the beginning of Spain: 1845–1931)colonial times. La Coruña, After the independence of Argentina from Spain: Archivo Municipal de Betanzos, 1993immigration to the country slowed down considerably. In the middle to late–1800s Spaniards again started to immigrate to Argentina in large numbers. (FHL film 1881381Today many Argentinians have Spanish ancestry.)Some books about the Spaniards in Argentina are:
These records list permission given to the people from the municipality of Betanzos for emigration to places outside of Spain*Monner Sans, primarily to Cuba and ArgentinaRicardo. Berenguer Carisomo, Arturo. España Los Catalanes en la Argentina: ensayo sobre una contribución a la cultural nacional (Spanish Catalans in Argentina). Buenos Aires:Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1927. (FHL book 982 F2mc.)
* Essay on a Contribution to the Culture of Argentina). Buenos AiresActas de licensia para ausentarse en ultramar: Club Español, 1953. (FHL book 982 F 2e.)
*1845 – 1931 ( Licenses granted for residence outside of Spain: 1845–1931). La Coruña, Spain: Archivo Municipal de Betanzos, 1993. (FHL film 1881381.) These records list permission given to the people from the municipality of Betanzos for emigration to places outside of Spain, primarily to Cuba and Argentina. Berenguer Carisomo, Arturo. España en la Argentina: ensayo sobre una contribución a la cultural nacional (Spanish in Argentina:  *Essay on a Contribution to the Culture of Argentina). Buenos Aires: Club Español, 1953. (FHL book 982 F 2e.) [[Category:Argentina]] [[Category:Minorities]]
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