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Title: Oficiais canoeiros, remeiros e pilotos Jacumaúbas: mão de obra indígena na Amazônia colonial portuguesa (1733-1777)
metadata.dc.creator: FERREIRA, Elias Abner Coelho
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: SOUZA JUNIOR, José Alves de
Keywords: História indígena
Mão de obra indígena
Barqueiro - Índio
Remeiro - Índio
Piloto - Índio
Índios Jacumaúba
Amazônia colonial (1733-1777)
Issue Date: 28-Jun-2016
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: FERREIRA, Elias Abner Coelho. Oficiais canoeiros, remeiros e pilotos Jacumaúbas: mão de obra indígena na Amazônia colonial portuguesa (1733-1777). 2016. 158 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) – Universidade Federal do Pará, Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas, Belém, 2016. Programa de Pós-Graduação em História Social da Amazônia.
Abstract: In colonial Amazon practically everything revolved around the rivers. The rivers were the roads, waterways par excellence; that they were interconnected system of villages and Portuguese places; They were the circulating medium in which the relations between the indigenous people gave before colonization, and will be the environment where relations between Indians and Europeans will during and after colonization. In this sense, and starting of the Nova História Indígena discussions, this Master seeks to understand how Indians (boatmen officers, rowers and pilots) were inserted into the universe of rivers in the eighteenth century the Amazon, as labor for the construction of vessels and paddle and steer said vessels. Scale the performance of indigenous within three portrayed separate issues here – rivers, boats and rowers and pilots – but keeping umbilical bond between them was essential to show that the Portuguese colonial Amazon the indigenous labor was more than a mere resource or a single exhaust port. It was key.
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