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19th Century Latin America

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Latin America in the 19th Century

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  • WEB Wikisource: Brazil
  • Wikipedia: History of Brazil
    Chronology, periodisation, maps, and illustrations.
  • Slavery in Brazil PDF File [Was at Utexas, now Internet Archive]
    Contains a number of primary sources on slavery in Brazil.
  • WEB Brazilian Slavery [At HistClo] [Internet Archive version here]
  • Thomas Ewbank: On Slavery in Brazil 1856 [At Modern Latin America] [Internet Archive version here]
  • Pope Leo XIII: Encyclical In Plurimus (On the Abolition of Slavery in Brazil),  1888. [At the Vatican]
    The pope gives a history of slavery in the modern period, condemns Muslim slavery and condones anti-slavery activity by popes. He neglects to mention the permission for the onset of the African slave trade provide by Pope Nicholas V.
  • Charles Darwin: Rio de Janeiro 1832, from The Voyage of the Beagle, Chapter 2 [At CoolGalapagos] [Internet Archive version here]
  • Charles Darwin: “I shall never again visit a slave-country”, passage from near the end of the Voyage of the Beagle [At Victorian Web] [Internet Archive version here]
  • Pierre Denis: The Coffee Fazenda of Brazil,excerpts. 1911 [At this Site]
  • H. M. Tomlinson: The Sea and the Jungle, 1912 [At ibiblio] [Internet Archive version here]
    "Narrative of the voyage of the tramp steamer Capella from Swansea to Para in the Brazils, and thence 2000 miles along the forests of the Amazon.."

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  • WEB Wikisource: Chile
  • Parlamento of Negrete, 1803 trans. Elizabeth Contreras and Pilar Herr, ed. William H.Campbell [At Pitt] [Internet Archive version here]
    Treaty between the Spanish colonial government and the Indigenous Mapuche peoples.
  • Wikipedia: History of Chile
    Chronology, periodisation, maps, and illustrations.

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  • WEB Wikisource: Paraguay
  • Wikipedia: History of Paraguay
    Chronology, periodisation, maps, and illustrations
  • Wikipedia: Paraguayan War 1864-1870
    Fought between Paraguay and the Triple Alliance of Argentina,  Brazil and Uruguay. It was the deadliest and bloodiest inter-state war in Latin American history, and one of the most deadly in the 19th century, with casualties of between 150,000 and 500,000. Paraguay lost 69% of its population, 90% of them male.
  • Richard Burton: Letters from the Battlefields of Paraguay 1870 [Wikisource]

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