AT THE GATE With tickets fastened to coats and dresses, the immigrants pass out through the gate to enter into their new inheritance, and become our fellow citizens. From stereograph copyright-1904, by Underwood & Underwood, N. Y. Read more: Fellowship of The Steerage - The Man at the Gate http://www.gjenvick.com/Steerage/1905-FellowshipOfTheSteerage/Part08-TheManAtTheGate.html#sthash.sNcg3F7F.dpbs#ixzz2O853cv50 Follow us: @Gjenvick Archives on Twitter | GjenvickArchives on Facebook
Lonely Houses: Sejkko’s Surreal Photos of Traditional Portuguese Homes
Lonely Houses: Sejkko’s Surreal Photos of Traditional Portuguese Homes - via archdaily 25.05.2015 | The son of Portuguese immigrants in Venezuela, Manuel Pita, also known as “Sejkko,” is a scientist and photographer who expresses his creativity on Instagram. In his latest series, “Lonely Houses,” Sejkko’s surreal photos capture the traditional houses of Portugal, edited to “bring them as close as possible to the way my eyes see them,” he explains. Photo: Courtesy of Sejkko
Las migraciones forzosas. En el último tercio del siglo XIX se unieron europeos de los países del sur y este de Europa, sobre todo de Italia, España, Portugal, Polonia e Imperio Ruso. Éstos ampliaron el espacio inmigratorio abarcando también a la zona central y sur de América: principalmente Argentina y Brasil.