Days of National Festivity in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1823-1889

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Map, Table, and Figures
Map
I.1.Imperial Rio de Janeiro14
Table
I.1.Population of Rio de Janeiro (Urban Parishes), by Legal Status, 1821–189019
Figures
I.1.The Palace Square, ca. 182015
1.1.“Hail Beloved Brazilian Day, 25 March 1824”38
1.2.Fireworks and Ephemeral Architecture, São Francisco Square, 5 April 182645
1.3.The Opening of Parliament, 3 May 182948
2.1.Pedro II’s Acclamation, 7 April 183164
3.1.Crowds Viewing the Coronation on the Palace Square, 18 July 1841102
3.2.The Coronation Veranda, July 1841103
3.3.The Arch on the Corner of Direita and São Pedro Streets, July 1841105
3.4.The Arch on Direita Street, July 1841106
3.5.Pedro II in Full Imperial Regalia, 1841109
4.1.A 2 December Parade, ca. 1850118
4.2.Pedro II’s Landing at the Navy Yard, 11 February 1860143

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