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The Dutch in Brazil, 1624-1654

C. R. Boxer

The Dutch in Brazil, 1624-1654

by C. R. Boxer

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brazil
    • Subjects:
    • Brazil -- History -- Dutch Conquest, 1624-1654

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-309) and index.

      Statementby C.R. Boxer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF2532 .B7
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 327 p. :
      Number of Pages327
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6218196M
      LC Control Number57001712
      OCLC/WorldCa1579557

      Dutch Brazil () and Its Legacy The book The Legacy of Dutch Brazil offers a rich collection of contributions on Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegen’s stay in Brazil as statesman and governor of New Holland, but also on the cultural legacy of that period in the Netherlands, B. Initials and tail-pieces. Includes facsimile of added t.-p., engraved, of the Latin original: Res Brasiliæ imperante comite I. Mavritio. Nassoviæ etc. comite No. 43 of an edition of signed copies. "Chileensche woorden": p. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. LAC snh update (2 card).

      In May the Dutch swiftly invaded Salvador da Bahia, the capital of Portuguese Brazil, as part of the seemingly interminable Dutch Revolt, which had been resumed after the ending of the Twelve Years’ Truce with Spain in 2 In July , less than a year after the Portuguese had finally regained their former Brazilian settlements from Author: Tiffany Bousard. Religion in Dutch Brazil (). Introduction by M. van Groesen. Amsterdam, University Press, (). Wrappers. 'This book is much more than the history of an institution. It is a comprehensive social and economic history of the colonial capital of Portuguese America between and '. was among the first European artists to.

      At the beginning of the course, my students and I explored the brief period in the 17th century when the Dutch were located in northern Brazil (). We explored how the Dutch artist Albert Eckhout depicted the flora, fauna and people of Brazil – and then we discussed how Europeans developed misconceptions about Brazil, based on how. Lane relies heavily on Boxer's The Dutch Seaborne Empire, for his discussion on the Dutch in Brazil while ignoring Boxer's earlier work The Dutch in Brazil Despite the Dutch interest in Spanish shipping, the Dutch West India Company saw the Portuguese empire in Asia, Africa, and the Americas as the prime target for its.


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