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A French Brazilian (French: Franco-Brésilien, Portuguese: Franco Brasileiro) is a Brazilian citizen of full, partial, or predominantly French ancestry, or a French-born person residing in Brazil. Between 1850 and 1965 around 100,000 French people immigrated to Brazil. The country received the second largest amount of French immigrants to South America after Argentina (239,000). It is estimated that there are from 500,000 to 1 million Brazilians of French descent today.

French immigration to Brazil

From 1819 to 1940, 40,383 Frenchmen immigrated to Brazil. Most of them settled in the country between 1884 and 1925 (8,008 from 1819 to 1883, 25,727 from 1884 to 1925, 6,648 from 1926 to 1940). Another source estimates that around 100,000 French people immigrated to Brazil between 1850 and 1965.The French community in Brazil numbered 592 in 1888 and 5,000 in 1915. It was estimated that 14,000 Frenchmen were living in Brazil in 1912, 9% of the 149,400 Frenchmen living in Latin America, the second largest community after Argentina (100,000).Today it is estimated that between 500,000 and 1 million Brazilians have French ancestry.

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French immigrants to Brazil from 1913 to 1924
Year French immigrants
1913 1,532
1914 696
1915 410
1916 292
1917 273
1918 226
1919 690
1920 838
1921 633
1922 725
1923 609
1924 634
Total 7,558


Notable French Brazilians



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