Manioc roots (far right) sold in the marketplace in Salvador (BA). Manioc, corn and tobacco were unknown to the Portuguese colonists who were introduced to these products by the Indians.Raíz de mandioca (do lado direito) vendida no mercado local em Salvador (BA). Mandioca, milho e tabaco eram desconhecidos dos colonizadores portugueses que foram apresentados a tais produtos pelos índios.
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Brazil: Ethnicity and Population