Colonial Roots of Modern Brazil: Papers of the Newberry Library Conference

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Abbreviations*
ABP--Arquivo Público da Bahia.
ABNRJ-- Anais da Biblioteca Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, 1876--.
AGI--Archivo General de Indias, Sevilla.
AGS--Archivo General de Simancas.
AHI--Arquivo Histórico do Itamaraty, Rio de Janeiro.
AHU--Arquivo Histórico Ultramarino, Lisbon.
AMP-- Anais do Museu Paulista, São Paulo, 1922--.
ANRJ--Arquivo Nacional, Rio de Janeiro.
ANTT--Arquivo Nacional da Tôrre do Tombo, Lisbon.
BAPP--Biblioteca e Arquivo Público do Pará, Bélem do Pará.
BNL/CP--Biblioteca Nacional, Lisbon. Coleção Pombalina.
BNL/FG--Biblioteca Nacional, Lisbon. Fundo Geral.
BNRJ--Biblioteca Nacional, Rio de Janeiro.
DH--Biblioteca Nacional, Rio de Janeiro. Documentos históricos, 1928--.
DI--Arquivo do Estado de São Paulo. Publicação official de documentos interessantes para a história e customes de São Paulo, 1895--.
HAHR-- Hispanic American Historical Review, 1918--.
HCJB-- História da companhia de Jesús no Brasil, by Serafim S. J. Leite , 10 vols. Lisbon-Rio de Janeiro, 1938-1950.
HCP-- História da colonização portuguesa do Brasil, ed. Carlos Malheiro Dias , 3 vols. Lisbon, 1924-1926.
IHGB--Instituto Histórico e Geográfico Brasileiro. Rio de Janeiro.
IHGB/CU--The Arquivo Ultramarino collection of transcripts in the IHGB.
RAPM-- Revista do Arquivo Público Mineiro, Belo Horizonte, 1896--.
RIHGB-- Revista do Instituto Histórico e Geográfico Brasileiro, Rio de Janeiro, 1839--.
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Where two or more authors have used the same archives and the same manuscript and printed collections of sources or multivolume secondary works, citations have been abbreviated in accordance with this master list. Where only one author has used particular archives or manuscript or published collections, the citation is given in extenso the first time cited and thereafter in the abbreviated form indicated in the initial citation.

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