Slavery and FreeWork Forcein theEmpire Brazil
Capitalist Development• English revolution• Necessity of a consumer market• Redirection of capital
Neocolonialism• British colonies in Africa• Preservation of the work force
Comitments with the British• D. Pedro Io Extinguish the slave trafic until 1830• Bill Aberdeeno Prohibition of the slave t...
Slave Trafic Decay0100002000030000400005000060000700001845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1850 1851 1852Series 1Série 1
The Farmers Solution• Interprovincial Trafic• IntraprovincialTrafic
European Imigration• A Bigger Coffee Demand• Great dificulties in Europeo War spreado Unification wars• Germany and Italyo...
Lands Law• The rural oligarchy fears loosing its powers• Laws on the purchaising of landso Prohibition of selling lands to...
The Abolitionist Movement• Republican Partyo In the states in which the Repblican party was strong they would abolishslave...
Abolition of Slavery• Free Womb Lawo 1871o Every child born from them on would befree• Only after the its 21 years• During...
Abolition of Slavery• Princess Isabelo Regent Princess• During her father’s old age• A third empire?• The Goldem Lawo 1888...
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Slavery and Free Work Force

  1. 1. Slavery and FreeWork Forcein theEmpire Brazil
  2. 2. Capitalist Development• English revolution• Necessity of a consumer market• Redirection of capital
  3. 3. Neocolonialism• British colonies in Africa• Preservation of the work force
  4. 4. Comitments with the British• D. Pedro Io Extinguish the slave trafic until 1830• Bill Aberdeeno Prohibition of the slave trafic in the Atlanticoceano Hunt the slave smmuglers• Eusébio de Queirós Lawo 1850o Prohibition of the slave trafico It did not stop
  5. 5. Slave Trafic Decay0100002000030000400005000060000700001845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1850 1851 1852Series 1Série 1
  6. 6. The Farmers Solution• Interprovincial Trafic• IntraprovincialTrafic
  7. 7. European Imigration• A Bigger Coffee Demand• Great dificulties in Europeo War spreado Unification wars• Germany and Italyo Famine• Partnership systemo 12% month interestso Brutal treatmento Low salarieso Revolts• Subventioned Imigrationo Statal Imigrationo Regulation of the farmer/worker relationship
  8. 8. Lands Law• The rural oligarchy fears loosing its powers• Laws on the purchaising of landso Prohibition of selling lands to foreignerso Costs on demarking the landso The costs should finance thesubventioned imigration
  9. 9. The Abolitionist Movement• Republican Partyo In the states in which the Repblican party was strong they would abolishslavery before the union would• Ceará and Amazonaso 1884• Rio Grade do Sulo 1885• The Presso Journalists with modern ideaso Would help spread the word on abolitionism• The Armyo Augusto Comte• Positivismo Would refuse to hunt slaves
  10. 10. Abolition of Slavery• Free Womb Lawo 1871o Every child born from them on would befree• Only after the its 21 years• During wich the child should workfor his sustain• Sexagenarian Lawo 1885o Slaves over the age of 65 should be free• Of the interest of the farmers• It would release them of theobligation of taking care of their elderSlaves• It would also tranform them inbeggars
  11. 11. Abolition of Slavery• Princess Isabelo Regent Princess• During her father’s old age• A third empire?• The Goldem Lawo 1888o Abolition of Slavery• A Life of misery for the free slaveso Abrasion of the Empire
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