BRAZIL AND AFRICA. Translated by: Richard A. Mazzara and Sam Hileman
Rodrigues, José Honório.

Berkeley/Los Angeles, CA: University of California Press, 1965. 382p., map, tables, index, forest-green cloth boards (pages lightly yellowing, stray pen markings to margins of some pages), 8vo Used; Like New Hardcover Griffin 845 (cites 1964 ed.). "An ambitious attempt to show the natural partnership between Brazil and Africa, because of ethnic and geographic nearness." With sections on the Colonial Era, slavery, racism and 19th-20th century foreign relations (Item ID: 139958)


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