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Discovering Brazil - Indians Organization

Prominent indigenous groups Tupis: mainly inhabited the Brazilian coast, from Rio Grande do Sul to Amazonas. They also occupied parts of the interior of the country. Among the tribes that formed this nation, stand out: the tupinambás, the tupiniquins, the mundurucus and the parintintins. Jes or Tapuias: Compared to the other groups, it was what was in the later stage of development.
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Military Dictatorship in Brazil

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The Tidewater Gentry

These Virginian aristocrats got their name from an area. It lies between Chesapeake Bay& 39;s western shore and the Fall Line. The Tidewater is traversed by the James, Potomac, Rappahannock and York rivers, and their tidal estuaries.Jamestown was the original and most important Tidewater settlement. After many vicissitudes, its leaders found a viable economy in the cultivation of tobacco.
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Rabin's Honory Degree June 1967 - History

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Mexican Revolution (continued)

First, Zapata and Villa proposed the expropriation of the estates (including those belonging to the Church) for further division among peasants; the recognition of indigenous rights over the lands that had been taken from them and the nationalization of the lands of those considered enemies of the revolution.
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