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Title: “Fora galego! Um caso de antilusitanismo no Pará na década de setenta do século XIX”
Other Titles: “Out, Galician! A case of antilusitanism in Pará, in the 1870’s”
Authors: Vaquinhas, Irene 
Keywords: Emigração portuguesa; Pará, anos 1870; Antilusitanismo; Nacionalismo; “Questão paraense”; Portuguese Emigration; Pará, the 1870’s; Antilusitanism; Nationalism; “The Pará Issue”
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Revista Estudos Amazônicos
Series/Report no.: nº 2 (2013)
vol. X
Abstract: Este artigo analisa um caso de antilusitanismo ocorrido no estado do Pará, nos anos 1870, tomando, sobretudo, como base de pesquisa imprensa periódica portuguesa e documentação consular disponível no Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros, de Portugal (Lisboa). O assassinato de alguns emigrantes portugueses, na maioria comerciantes de retalho com algum peso na economia local, deu visibilidade a um movimento de fundo, de cariz nacionalista e de contestação à presença estrangeira, naquele estado, em especial antilusitano. A documentação permite aprender alguns dos fundamentos deste tipo de movimento (formas de competição ao nível do mercado de trabalho entre portugueses e brasileiros, importância numérica de cidadãos lusos no comércio retalhista e no comércio ao longo do rio Amazonas, o papel da imprensa e seus principais mentores, entre outros aspectos), concluindo também pela instrumentalização política e ideológica deste caso por forças opositoras ao regime vigente.
This paper analyses a case of antilusitanism that took place in the state of Pará, in the 1870’s, using mostly Portuguese periodicals and consular documentation available at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Portugal (Lisbon) as its research base. The assassination of some Portuguese emigrants, mostly retailers with some influence in the local economy, brought to light, in that state, a far-reaching movement of nationalist nature and of contestation to the presence of foreigners, mostly against Portuguese people. The documentation makes it possible to grasp some of the foundations of this type of movement (forms of competition at the level of the labor market between the Portuguese and the Brazilian, the numerical importance of Portuguese citizens in retail trade and in trade along the Amazon river, the role of the press and its main mentors, among other aspects), attesting to the political and ideological instrumentalization of this case by forces that opposed the ruling regime.
Description: This paper analyses a case of antilusitanism that took place in the state of Pará, in the 1870’s, using mostly Portuguese periodicals and consular documentation available at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Portugal (Lisbon) as its research base. The assassination of some Portuguese emigrants, mostly retailers with some influence in the local economy, brought to light, in that state, a far-reaching movement of nationalist nature and of contestation to the presence of foreigners, mostly against Portuguese people. The documentation makes it possible to grasp some of the foundations of this type of movement (forms of competition at the level of the labor market between the Portuguese and the Brazilian, the numerical importance of Portuguese citizens in retail trade and in trade along the Amazon river, the role of the press and its main mentors, among other aspects), attesting to the political and ideological instrumentalization of this case by forces that opposed the ruling regime.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/33114
ISSN: 2238-3921
Rights: openAccess
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