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Hudson Kinvig

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-Increase in resources
-Increase in land
Background Info
Imperial Powers
Economic Conditions
Native Peoples
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Social Conditions
Political Conditions
By: Hudson Kinvig, Jason Kim and Hossein Alamatsaz
Napoleon's army conquered Portugal.

Pedro, son of portuguese king becomes emperor of Brazil.
War of the Triple Alliance
Brazil becomes a dictatorship

The monarchy is abolished
The government is overthrown by a military dictatorship

The military government gives up its power.

Brazilians speak Portuguese as their main language. Brazilians consist of Portuguese and Indigenouse people.

Tancredo Neves first president after military dictatorship

Brazilians have more freedoms and rights
Day of Independance
Brazil became independant and
was declared a country
Pedro Alvares Cabral colonized Brazil under the sponsorship of Portugal.

The Golden Law
Portugal and Spain
Spain and Portugal signed the treaty of Tordesillas, an agreement that would divide newly discovered lands between them.
Social, Political and Economic conditions in Brazil prior to the Arrival of the Europeans
Modern Day Results Of Colonization
Economic Glob.
Negative:Loss of valuable Rescources to other countries

Positive:Home to various factories which results in more

Political Glob.
Negative: Were forced to go through many years of change.

Positive: Portugal helped to abolish Brazils dictatorship
Social (Culural) Glob.
Negative:Brazilians Speak Portuguese and have lost their native language and their traditions.

Positive:Close Relationship with Portugal.

Motives for Colonization
Social (Cultural)
-Exchange in culture
Day of Colonization

Pedro Alvares Cabral colonized Brazil under the sponsorship of Portugal
in 1500
-More Land
-Increase in
government power
Brazil consisted up to 2000 tribes. The tribes were mostly semi nomadic.
They cultivated crops such as fruits, nuts and palms.
Brazil had tribe system which consisted of chiefs for each tribes.
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