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German immigration to Puerto Rico began in the early part of the 19th century and continued to increase when German businessmen immigrated and established themselves with their families on the island.
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Early German immigration
Spanish Royal Decree of Graces
Influence in the economy
German influence in Puerto Rican and popular culture
German Consular Presence in Puerto Rico