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The Case of Lebanese Women in Argentina

Wolter Muller

Abstract


Trans-Atlantic travel experienced an extraordinary boost in the middle of the nineteenth century and into the twentieth, increasing the number of
immigrants who intended to go to South America.
From that moment forward they not only hailed from Europe, as had been the case with the majority of immigrants until then, but from the newlyincorporated
Mediterranean region, including Lebanon.


Keywords


Lebanon; Latin America; immigration

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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.29

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