2 edition of Brazil in the London Times, 1850-1905 found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Times, London (Indexes)|
|Statement||a guide [by] Richard Graham [and] Virginia Valicia|
|Series||SALAM. Bibliography -- 1, SALALM bibliography -- 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 101 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
HUNTING INDIANS IN BRAZIL. J There was published in the London Times about three months ago, in a letter that appeared to have been written by that paper's correspondent in Brazil. Until the latter part of the 19th century, Brazil had an extensive slavery system. Slavery was used in both nations to fill labor demands for emerging plantation economies. Sugar was the chief crop in colonial Brazil. In sugar plantations (fazendas) were established by the first permanent settlers. Six years later, Africans were imported from Angola to replace Indians as slave laborers.
In history of Latin America: Expanding role of the state. Brazil had actually pioneered large-scale state intervention in the economy with its coffee “valorization” program, which was finally abandoned during the depression as too expensive; but between and , under President Getúlio Vargas, the national government for the first time actively sponsored social legislation,. From the London Times, Jan. 4. This 4th day of January, , is a day of no ordina- ry interest to mankind. In this country it will pass like other days, but on the other side of the Atlantic the.
This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does. The London Times, in a leader on the political crisis in America, regards the latest news as the most important yet received, and thinks the present month is big with the fate of the American Union.
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Brazil in the London Times, Paperback – January 1, by Virginia Graham, Richard, ,Valiela (Author)Author: Virginia Graham, Richard, ,Valiela. Brazil in the London Times, [Carbondale. Ill., Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard Graham; Virginia Valiela.
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Lima Barreto - O Subterrâneo do Morro do Castelo; Births. 8 February - Preguinho, footballer (died ). Brazil was, roughly speaking, seven millions. Mar6, in his book Le Brgsil en et sa colonization future, estimated it as six to seven millions.
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Brasil, officially Federative Republic of Brazil, republic ( est. pop. ,), 3, sq mi (8, sq km), E South America. By far the largest of the Latin American countries, Brazil occupies nearly half the continent of South America, stretching from the Guiana Highlands in the north, where it borders Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.
News and opinion from The Times & The Sunday Times chairman, St Paul’s Cathedral governing council, lord-lieutenant of Greater London (), 80; Lisa Here’s our pick of the best. Wikimedia Commons has media related to in Brazil This article article about the history of Brazil is a stub.
You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. The Times obituaries have given readers throughout the world an instant picture of a life for over years. The Times Great Lives is a selection of of these pieces, reproduced in their entirety, by Editor of the Obituaries Ian Brunskill/5(10).
Events in the year in Brazil. Incumbents. Monarch – Emperor Pedro II. Prime Minister – Marquis of Monte Alegre.
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Events in the year in Brazil. Incumbents. Monarch – Emperor Pedro II. Prime Minister – 2nd Viscount of Caravelas (until 8 March), Viscount of Macaé (from 8 March to 31 March), Francisco de Paula Sousa e Melo (from 31 March to 29 September), Viscount of Olinda (starting 29 September).
Events. May 7 - establishment of the Roman Catholic. The chronicler of the Jewish experience in Brazil, Scliar was born and spent all his life in Porto Alegre, a city in the south of Brazil noted for its large German population.
During the war period, a large number of these immigrants were Jewish, and the contrast of a German Jewish background with living and growing up in a Brazilian cultural environment is Scliar’s common theme.
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