1. Brazil: Ironies of the Colonial Past
  2. Stuart B. Schwartz
  3. pp. 681-694
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  1. The Heathen Castes of Sixteenth-Century Portuguese America: Unity, Diversity, and the Invention of the Brazilian Indians
  2. John M. Monteiro
  3. pp. 697-719
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  1. Hans Staden and the Cultural Politics of Cannibalism
  2. Neil L. Whitehead
  3. pp. 721-751
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  1. Thevet Revisits Guanabara
  2. Tom Conley
  3. pp. 753-781
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  1. Mythic Origins: Caramuru and the Founding of Brazil
  2. Janaina Amado, Elizabeth Jackson
  3. pp. 783-811
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  1. Holy and Unholy Alliances: Clerical Participation in the Flow of Bullion from Brazil to Portugal during the Reign of Dom Joao V (1706-1750)
  2. A. J. R. Russell-Wood
  3. pp. 815-837
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  1. From Growth to Collapse: Portugal, Brazil, and the Breakdown of the Old Colonial System (1750-1830)
  2. Jorge Miguel Viana Pedreira
  3. pp. 839-864
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  1. Decadence or Crisis in the Luso-Brazilian Empire: A New Model of Colonization in the Eighteenth Century
  2. Jose Jobson de A. Arruda, Stuart B. Schwartz, Jose Celso de Castro Alves
  3. pp. 865-878
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  1. Political Mobilization, Party Ideology, and Lusophobia in Nineteenth-Century Brazil: Pernambuco, 1822-1850
  2. Jeffrey C. Mosher
  3. pp. 881-912
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  1. Free Colored in a Slave Society: Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais in the Early Nineteenth Century
  2. Herbert S. Klein, Francisco Vidal Luna
  3. pp. 913-941
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  1. Charles R. Boxer (1904-2000)
  2. Dauril Alden
  3. pp. 945-949
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  1. An Appreciation of Charles R. Boxer: Teacher, Scholar, and Bibliophile
  2. A. J. R. Russell-Wood
  3. pp. 951-960
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. iii-vi
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