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During the late 1860s, Southerners dissatisfied with the outcome of the Civil War and fearful of the extent of Union reprisals migrated to Brazil to build a new life. This collection of essays examines the experiences of southern Confederate exiles in Brazil and their continuing legacy.
University of Alabama paperback. No marks and good binding.
The story of a group of Southern Confederates, how and when the moved and with what purpose, how they maintained their distinguishing characteristics and their influence on the surrounding Brazilian community.
- Dawsey, Cyrus B and James M.
- 23 x 14 cm approx.
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- University of Alabama Press
- The Confederados Old South Immigrants in Brazil
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