Barbadian Brazilians

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Barbadian Brazilians
Total population
(c. Unknown)
Regions with significant populations
Porto Velho · Manaus · Belém
Languages
Portuguese · Bajan Creole
Religion
Major Roman Catholics
Animists · Protestants
Related ethnic groups
Barbadian British · Barbadian Canadians

Barbadian Brazilians (Portuguese: Barbadiano-brasileiro) or Bajans refers to Brazilian people of full, partial, or predominantly Barbadian ancestry, or Barbadian-born people residing in Brazil. At the beginning of the 20th century, many Barbadians worked in the Amazonas region, Pará and Rondônia.[1]

Surnames of the first Barbadian families in Brazil[edit]

Surnames of the first Barbadian families in Brazil

Alleyne, Mottley, Maloney, Davis, Depeiza, Blackman, Layne and Scantlebury.

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