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Scottish Brazilian

This article is about Brazilian people of Scottish descent. For Scottish people of Brazilian descent see: Brazilian British
Scottish Brazilian
Escoto-brasileiro, Escocês brasileiro
Regions with significant populations

Brazil:

Mainly Southern and Southeastern Brazil
Languages
Portuguese, Scots, Gaelic and English
Religion
Christianity (mainly Protestant and Roman Catholicism), Irreligion and others
Related ethnic groups
Other Brazilian people, White Brazilians and specially Confederados, other American Brazilians, English Brazilians and Irish Brazilians, Scottish people

Scottish Brazilian (Portuguese: Escoto-brasileiro) is a Brazilian person of full, partial, or predominantly Scottish ancestry, or a Scottish-born person residing in Brazil.

Notable Scottish Brazilians

See also

References

  1. ^ Archie McLean, the Father of Brazilian Football Archived 14 February 2011 at WebCite
  2. ^
  3. ^ Wilson, Sons Archived 14 February 2011 at WebCite
  4. ^ http://escolas.educacao.pe.gov.br/layout.php?portal=7020&p=historia(Portuguese)
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