The Golden Age Of Brazil 1695 1750

📒The Golden Age Of Brazil 1695 1750 ✍ Charles Ralph Boxer

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750
✏Author : Charles Ralph Boxer
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1962
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750 Book Summary :

📒The Golden Age Of Brazil ✍ Charles Ralph Boxer

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil
✏Author : Charles Ralph Boxer
✏Publisher : Palgrave Macmillan
✏Release Date : 1962
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN : 0312126395
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil Book Summary : When Brazil's 'golden age' began, the Portuguese were securely established on the coast and immediate hinterland. European rivals - Spanish, French, Dutch - had been repelled, and expansion into the vast interior had begun. By the end of the 'golden age', bandleirantes, missionaries, miners, planters and ranchers had penetrated deep into the continent. In 1750, by the Treaty of Madrid, Spain recognized Brazil's new frontiers. The colony had come to occupy an area slightly greater than that of the ten Spanish colonies in South America put together. Despite conflicts, the fusion of Portuguese, Amerindian and African into a Brazilian entity had begun; and the explosive expansion of Brazil had laid the foundation for the independence that followed in 1822. Professor Boxer deals not only with the turbulent events of the 'golden age' but analyses the economic and administrative changes of the period. He examines the relationships of officials with colonists, of settlers with Indians, of colony with mother country. Professor Boxer's classic study of a critical period in the growth of Brazil (the world's fifth largest country) has long been out of print. It is here reissued with numerous illustrations.

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750
✏Author : C. R. Boxer
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1962-01-01
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN : 0520015509
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750 Book Summary : When Brazil's 'golden age' began, the Portuguese were securely established on the coast and immediate hinterland. European rivals - Spanish, French, Dutch - had been repelled, and expansion into the vast interior had begun. By the end of the 'golden age', bandleirantes, missionaries, miners, planters and ranchers had penetrated deep into the continent. In 1750, by the Treaty of Madrid, Spain recognized Brazil's new frontiers. The colony had come to occupy an area slightly greater than that of the ten Spanish colonies in South America put together. Despite conflicts, the fusion of Portuguese, Amerindian and African into a Brazilian entity had begun; and the explosive expansion of Brazil had laid the foundation for the independence that followed in 1822. Professor Boxer deals not only with the turbulent events of the 'golden age' but analyses the economic and administrative changes of the period. He examines the relationships of officials with colonists, of settlers with Indians, of colony with mother country. Professor Boxer's classic study of a critical period in the growth of Brazil (the world's fifth largest country) has long been out of print. It is here reissued with numerous illustrations.

📒The Golden Age Of Brazil 1695 1750 ✍ Charles Ralph Boxer

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750
✏Author : Charles Ralph Boxer
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1962
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750 Book Summary :

📒The Golden Age Of Brazil 1695 1750 ✍ Charles Ralph Boxer

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750
✏Author : Charles Ralph Boxer
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1962
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750 Book Summary :

📒The Golden Age Of Brazil 1695 1750 ✍ Charles Ralph Boxer

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750
✏Author : Charles Ralph Boxer
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1962
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750 Book Summary :

📒The Golden Age Of Brazil 1695 1750 ✍ Charles Ralph Boxer

✏Book Title : The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750
✏Author : Charles Ralph Boxer
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1975
✏Pages : 443
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Golden Age of Brazil 1695 1750 Book Summary :

✏Book Title : Slavery and the Demographic and Economic History of Minas Gerais Brazil 1720 1888
✏Author : Laird W. Bergad
✏Publisher : Cambridge University Press
✏Release Date : 2006-11-02
✏Pages : 336
✏ISBN : 0521028175
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Slavery and the Demographic and Economic History of Minas Gerais Brazil 1720 1888 Book Summary : This 2000 book examines the history of slavery in Minas Gerais, the largest slave-holding region in Brazil.

✏Book Title : Licentious Liberty in a Brazilian Gold Mining Region
✏Author : Kathleen J. Higgins
✏Publisher : Penn State Press
✏Release Date : 2010-11-01
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : 0271042559
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Licentious Liberty in a Brazilian Gold Mining Region Book Summary : To studies of Brazilian slavery, this book adds a new dimension by showing how it developed in a region where mining was the chief commercial activity and how important a role gender played in this frontier setting in creating opportunities for slaves to achieve some measure of autonomy, compared with slaves who worked in sugar-cane and coffee-growing areas. The interactions among masters, slaves, and royal officials were profoundly shaped by the accessibility and widespread dispersal of gold deposits, the emergence of small urban centers in which commercial activities thrived, the sexual division of labor among slaves working in mining and commerce, and the changing sex ratio within the population of free white colonists settling in the region. Focusing attention on the changing status, autonomy, and influence of non-White women, the author argues, is one of the most effective ways of understanding the economic, demographic, and cultural evolution of the slave society as a whole.

✏Book Title : The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil
✏Author : Peter M. Beattie
✏Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
✏Release Date : 2003-10-01
✏Pages : 304
✏ISBN : 9781461666448
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil Book Summary : The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil makes the last two centuries of Brazilian history come alive through the stories of mostly non-elite individuals. The pieces in this lively collection address how people experienced historical continuities and changes by exploring how they related to the rise of Brazilian national identity and the emergence of a national state. By including a broad array of historical actors from different regions, ethnicities, occupations, races, genders, and eras, The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil brings a human dimension to major economic, political, cultural, and social transitions. While many books on modern Brazilian history emphasize the growth of the state and the oscillations of nationalist sentiment by generalizing about groups of undifferentiated people such as slaves, industrial workers, army officers, Indians, and clerics, The Human Tradition in Modern Brazil brings a personal perspective to broad historical events and trends. Because these perspectives do not always fit with the generalizations made about the predominant attitudes, values, and beliefs of different groups, they bring a welcomed complexity to the understanding of Brazilian society and history. These original and gripping vignettes of life and society in Brazil are sure to engage readers with its colorful stories of Brazilians throughout the past.