Case Study-Brazil - ISS 220 9-30-14 Case Study #3: Brazil...

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ISS 2209-30-14Case Study #3: Brazil1.Plantation System of Productiona.Capital Intensiveb.Labor Intensive (in Brazil both indigenous and African Slavery)c.Heavy dependence on foreign markets, an argo-export economyd.Plantations do not weather instability welle.Plantation system-protoindustrialf.Sugar in 1822 30% of the value of Brazil’s national exportsg.Coffee in 1889 67% of the value of Brazil’s national exports2.Population by race (1818)3.Population by race (1872)4.Brazilian Independencea.1807 Napolean invades Portugalb.1808 King Joao VI and the Portuguese Court Relocate in Rio de Janeiroc.1815 Brazil raised to status of kingdomd.1817 Pernambucan Republican Revolutione.1820 Portuguese Cortes Recalls Joao VIf.1822 Emperor Pedro I declares Brail’s Independenceg.1824 Constitution-Constitutional Monarchyi.Pedro I declares Brazil’s independence5.Brazilian Post-Independencea.Emperor’s Moderating powersb.Cisplatine War 1825-1828 (Uruguay)c.1826 Trade treaty with Britaind.1831 Parliament bans transatlantic slave tradee.Para Ingles ver (For the English to see)f.Pedro I Abdication 1831g.Regency Period 1831-1840 h.1834 Additional Act (federalist policies)i.Regent Padre Diogo Antonio Feijo 1835-1837j.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Bailey
Tags
Pedro II of Brazil, War of the Triple Alliance, Empire of Brazil

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