2007
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-01882007000100006 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: A virada do século XVIII para o XIX na capitania de Minas Gerais é responsável por dar visualidade a transformações substantivas na dinâmica econô-mica. Por um lado isso remonta processos que já tinham curso desde os primeiros anos da formação do território, mas incisivamente é essa conjuntura de fim de século que coloca em evidência transformações internas e externas que bem qualificam esse tempo como um ponto de inflexão na história de Minas. O arrefecimento final da economia do ouro e a partir de 1808 a rup… Show more

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“…Despite the predominance of rural activities, different types of urban centres still retained their economic dynamics, even the remnants of the old mining centres (Cunha, 2007). Likewise, there was a wealth of small towns scattered across the territory that served as trading points (Graça Filho, 2002).…”
Section: Diverse and Unequal Economy Of Minas Geraismentioning
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“…Despite the predominance of rural activities, different types of urban centres still retained their economic dynamics, even the remnants of the old mining centres (Cunha, 2007). Likewise, there was a wealth of small towns scattered across the territory that served as trading points (Graça Filho, 2002).…”
Section: Diverse and Unequal Economy Of Minas Geraismentioning