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" Without severe punishment against the blacks it could happen one day that this captaincy shall become a pitiable stage for their evil deeds and that which occurred at Palmares in Pernambuco will be repeated; or even worse for the freedom which the blacks... "
The History of Brazil - Page 50
by Robert M. Levine - 1999 - 208 lehte
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The Making of New World Slavery: From the Baroque to the Modern, 1492-1800

Robin Blackburn - 1997 - 602 lehte
...Minas Gerais had a laxity rarely encountered elsewhere in the Americas. In 1719 the Governor wrote: Without severe punishment against the blacks it could...the freedom which the blacks of this captaincy have [isj unlike that in other parts of America, certainly it is not true slavery the manner in which they...
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The Making of New World Slavery: From the Baroque to the Modern, 1492-1800

Robin Blackburn - 1998 - 602 lehte
...Minas Gerais had a laxity rarely encountered elsewhere in the Americas. In 1719 the Governor wrote: Without severe punishment against the blacks it could...blacks of this captaincy have [is] unlike that in other parts of America, certainly it is not true slavery the manner in which they live today as it...
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Licentious Liberty in a Brazilian Gold-Mining Region: Slavery, Gender, and ...

Kathleen J. Higgins - 2010
...governor of Minas Gerais, Dom Pedro de Almeida, Count of Assumar, declared: "Without severe discipline against the blacks, it could happen one day that this...the freedom which the blacks of this captaincy have fis] unlike that in other parts of America, certainly it is not true slavery the manner in which they...
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Blacks of the Rosary: Memory and History in Minas Gerais, Brazil

Elizabeth W. Kiddy - 2005 - 287 lehte
...the blacks. The autonomy of much of the slave population caused the conde de Assumar to comment that "the freedom which the blacks of this captaincy have [is] unlike that in other parts of America, certainly it is not true slavery the manner in which they live today as it...
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