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Thaddeus Kosciuszko was born in Poland on February 4, 1746, son of Ludwik and Tekla Kosciuszko.

 The National Archive, E179/113/103: 1440 grant of Alien Subsidy, Bristol return dated 27 July 1441 (extract)

By 2001, some sixty years of 'Asian migration' had had a discernible impact on Bristol's cityscape.

The table shows people of African descent  who lived in Bristol. Scipio Africanus  (1720) was one of them.

While the civil rights marches and bus boycotts took place in the Southern States of the USA here in Bristol in 1963 black workers had to fight the

The St Paul's Carnival is a barometer of the social and ideological changes within Bristol's race relations.

This scroll now in the Bristol and West Progressive synagogue has a remarkable provenance.

In the period 1532 to 1552 a total of 3,139 apprentices were registered, of whom 766 came from within Bristol, and 456 from Wales.

Captain Woodes Rogers (1679-1732) is remembered in a plaque on 33-35 Queen Square, he was Captain of a voyage around the world from 1708 to 1711, w

This Concert Hall, owned by the City Council, was erected in 1867 and named in honour of local merchant Edward Colston.

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