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Ninteenth-Century Brazilian Slavery and Abolition: Welcome

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Table of Contents

This Libguide includes the following:

  1. Journal Articles and Databases
  2. Newspapers and Archival Resources
  3. Brazil Rare Books
  4. Nineteenth-Century Travel Accounts
  5. Twentieth-Century Travel Accounts
  6. Archives, Manuscripts, and Maps
  7. Open Access Resources

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Welcome

The George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida has one of the most important collections regarding the Caribbean, Brazil, and Latin America.

Amerique Meridionale

Amerique Meridionale, 1840

Digital South American Collections of the University of Florida

The University of Florida Digital Collections include a collection that focuses on South America. All of the content there is Open Access. To access click here.

 

Apontamentos para o Diccionario geographico do Brazil - Page iii

 

 

 

Subject Guide

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Margarita Vargas-Betancourt
Contact:
Department of Special & Area Studies Collections

University of Florida

Phone: (352) 273-2692

mvargasb@ufl.edu

Definition of Open Access

Open Access are scholarly resources that are digital, online, and free. The digital repositories listed here are not peer reviewed but contain holdings of renowned academic institutions.

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