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Rebellion on the Amazon : the Cabanagem, race, and popular culture in the north of Brazil, 1798-1840 / Mark Harris.

By: Harris, Mark, 1969-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Cambridge Latin American studies ; 95.Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010Edition: 1st. ed.Description: xv, 331 p. : il., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780521437233.Subject(s): MOVIMIENTOS REVOLUCIONARIOS | HISTORIA BRASILEÑA -- (1798-1840) | CONFLICTOS SOCIALES | PARA | BRASIL | REGION AMAZONICA | Subsidio CONICET PIP 112-200801-0
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: divergent Amazonia; 1. Pará in the age of revolution, history, and historiography; 2. Life on the river; 3. The family and its means in the lower Amazon; 4. Some of the origins of peasant rebellion and the agrarian sector; 5. Forms of resistance in the late colonial period; 6. Independence, liberalism, and changing social and racial relations, 1820-1835; 7. The United Brazilian Encampment at Ecuipiranga, 1833-1837; 8. 'Vengeance on innocence': the repression and continuing rebellion, 1836-1840; Conclusion: the making of the Brazilian Amazon.
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Contiene índices de ilustraciones y tablas.

Contiene glosario de téminos en portugués e inglés; listado cronológico de principales eventos y lista de personas sobresalientes.

Bibliografía y referencias: p.315-328.

Machine generated contents note: Introduction: divergent Amazonia; 1. Pará in the age of revolution, history, and historiography; 2. Life on the river; 3. The family and its means in the lower Amazon; 4. Some of the origins of peasant rebellion and the agrarian sector; 5. Forms of resistance in the late colonial period; 6. Independence, liberalism, and changing social and racial relations, 1820-1835; 7. The United Brazilian Encampment at Ecuipiranga, 1833-1837; 8. 'Vengeance on innocence': the repression and continuing rebellion, 1836-1840; Conclusion: the making of the Brazilian Amazon.

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