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Brown University's Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies is very active in research on Portuguese subjects.
The Camões Center for the Study of the Portuguese-Speaking World, based at Columbia University, is well-regarded for its research activities.
The Catholic University of America's Oliveira Lima Library is the oldest Luso-Brazilian library in the United States and has extensive collections.
The Harvard College Library holds the Fernando Palha Portuguese collection. It is item 113 of Manuscripts and Drawings: A Handlist of the Finding Aides with a List of Published Guides, 1985.
LusaWeb, available in both English and Portuguese, provides information about and for Portuguese Americans.
The Luso-American Development Foundation (Fundação Luso-Americana de Desenvolvimento, FLAD) has been active in Portuguese-American issues.
The Newberry Library in Chicago houses the Greenlee Collection of materials about and from Portugal and Brazil.
The University of California at Santa Barbara's Center for Portuguese Studies is among the top centers in the field.