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1. General Sites
2. Indigenous Brazil
3. Colonial Brazil I
Arrival of Europeans
The Portuguese Colony
4. Colonial Brazil II
Mission influence
Economic Growth & Slavery
Dutch & French influence
Kingdom of Portugal & Brazil
 
5. Brazil since 1821 (separate page)
Independence, 1821-1889
Wars of the Empire
Republic, 1889-1964; Vargas
Military Rule
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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  casahistoria: Latin America visit the casahistoria general Latin American page for many more background sites.

 






  

 

 




2. Indigenous Brazil


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3. Colonial Brazil I

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General outlines The Portuguese Colony
  Portuguese settlement in Latin America Visit this casahistoria site for further links

 

 

 



   



    

4. Colonial Brazil II

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Mission influence

  Catholic Missions in Latin America Visit this casahistoria site for further links

 



Economic Growth & Slavery

 

  Slavery Visit this youngcasahistoria site for further links

 

 


Dutch & French Kingdom of Portugal & Brazil, 1815-21  
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Patrick Wilcken: Empire Adrift, The Portuguese Court in Rio de Janeiro, 1808-1821



Did you know the Portuguese Royal Court all up-sticked and headed for Rio during the Napoleonic Wars? This explains the why's and how's. A good read, describing the growth of Rio - as well as the duplicitous role of Britain. This may have been where Britain first began to influence latin American internal politics through the back door. Jan'06 (***)

 

    


   







Brazil since 1821

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  Brazil since 1821 Click here to go to casahistoria links to post Independence Brazil (Independence & Empire 1821 -1889; Wars of the Empire; Republic 1889 -1964; Vargas; Military Rule)

 

 

 





   



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