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Brasil - History by Sergio Koreisha __ A large collection of resources about the history of Brazil. - From Sergio Koreisha -

Brazil colonial history __ The colonial history of Brazil presented in a series of click-to-read articles. - From -

Brazil History __ "n contrast to the Inca and Maya, the Brazilian Indians never developed a centralized civilization. Assisted by the jungle and climate, they left very little evidence for archaeologists to study: just some pottery, shell mounds and skeletons."  A colorful history of Brazil. - From -

Brazil - History __ "The Portuguese were the first European settlers to arrive in the area, led by adventurous Pedro Cabral, who began the colonial period in 1500."  A general overview of Brazilian history. - illustrated - From -


Brazil History __ "There are traces of American-Indian civilizations in Brazil, dating at least from 5000BC, or perhaps several millennia prior to that. The first European expedition, led by the Portuguese Admiral Pedro Alvares Cabral, reached Brazil in 1500, to discover a population numbering several millions..."  A good general look at Brazil's history along with other information about the country. - From -

Brazil History - Brazilink __ Excellent collection of Brazil history resources. - From - 

A Brief History of Brazil __ They say it best:  "This page gives a brief and painless history of Brazil, focusing on a dozen or so people who where major players in that country's development." - illustrated - From -

Category:History of Brazil __ Index of articles about Brazilian history found in Wikipedia - From wikipedia -  


The Economic History of Brazil __ "Brazil's economic history, as least up until recent times, has been characterized by a pattern of booms and busts;..."  A history of Brazil concentrating on its economic aspects. - From Thayer Watkins -

History of Brazil __ You will find an essay about the history of Brazil from 1500 to the present. - From -

History of Brazil __ "The Spanish navigator Vicente Yáńez Pinzón was the first known European in the region now constituting Brazil. Landing near the site of present-day Recife on January 26, 1500, he subsequently drifted northward as far as the mouth of the Orinoco River."  An in-depth overview of Brazilian history. - From - 

History of Brazil __ "The History of Brazil begins with the arrival of the first indigenous peoples, over 8.000 years ago by crossing the Bering land bridge into Alaska coming from the North and Central Americas."  An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia -

The history of the Federative Republic of Brazil __ You will find click-to-read articles and resources about Brazil's history. - From -


Timeline Brazil __ Annotated timeline of important dates in the history of Brazil. - From -

Timeline: Brazil __ Annotated timeline of important dates and events in Brazil's history. - illustrated - From BBC -

Timeline Brazilian History __ Annotated, month-by-month history timeline from 1400 to current. - From -

The Virtual Jewish History Tour - Brazil __ "Although they make up a tiny fraction of Brazil's population, Jews continue to be active in several aspects of Brazilian society. According Professor Anita Novinsky, a specialist on the Jews at the University of Sao Paulo, "Brazil was made by the Jews." Their rich culture continues today."  An overview of the history of the Jewish People and Brazil. - illustrated - From -


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