|Series Editors' General Introduction,||vii|
|Preface, Fernando A. Novais,||xi|
|A House Built on Sand: Capistrano de Abreu and
the History of Brazil, Stuart Schwartz,||xvii|
|1. Indigenous Antecedents,||3|
|4. The First Conflicts,||30|
|5. Hereditary Captaincies,||35|
|7. Frenchmen and Spaniards,||52|
|10. Setting Boundaries,||166|
|11. Three Centuries Later,||181|
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Book title: Chapters of Brazil's Colonial History, 1500-1800.
Contributors: Capistrano De Abreu - Author, Arthur Brakel - Translator.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: v.
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