Empire of Brazil: Commercial and Emigrational Guide to Brazil (Hardcover)
This guidebook was published in the late 19th century as part of Brazil's efforts to attract immigrants and expand its economy. It gives a detailed description of Brazil's geography, climate, and natural resources, as well as its cultural and economic opportunities. The book also includes practical information for those wanting to emigrate to Brazil, such as how to obtain visas and land grants.
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