Sugarcane engenho with the casa grande (mansion or main house) and chapel located in Igaraçu (PE) in northeastern Brazil. Brazil's lack of urban indigenous populations like those found in Peru and Mexico, and the labor intensive sugar export economy that the Portuguese implemented shaped the development of Salvador.Engenho de cana-de-açúcar com a Casa Grande (residência do senhor) e a capela situada em Igaraçu (PE) no Nordeste do Brasil. A economia de exportação de açúcar que os portugueses implantaram, formar o desenvolvimento de Salvador.
Latin American and Iberian Institute / University of New Mexico
Brazil Slide Series Collection: This article is copyrighted by the Latin American & Iberian Institute (LAII) of the University of New Mexico. Rights permission is for standard academic, non-commercial, use of these materials. Proper citation of this material should include title, author, publisher, date, and URL. Copyright Latin American and Iberian Institute University of New Mexico 1988
Brazil: Salvador, Bahia