By John P. Dickenson
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Under the 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas, which divided the world then in process of being 'discovered' by Europeans between Spain and Portugal, the eastern part of what was to become Brazil became Portuguese territory. Initially the Portuguese showed little interest in it, being more attracted by the greater evident wealth of the Orient. Its coastal forests were exploited for the dyewood, pau brasil, from which the country derives its name. It was not until 1530 that a modest attempt at organized colonization was attempted, and only in 1549, when a governor-general was appointed, with Salvador as the capital, did significant development begin.
Myers Hans H. WellischIan WallaceRalph Lee Woodward, Jr. John J. Horton is Deputy Librarian of the University of Bradford and was formerly Chairman of its Academic Board of Studies in Social Sciences. He has maintained a longstanding interest in the discipline of area studies and its associated bibliographical problems, with special reference to European Studies. In particular he has published in the field of Icelandic and of Yugoslav studies, including the two relevant volumes in the World Bibliographical Series.
Is Professor of History at Tulane University, New Orleans. He is the author of Central America, a Nation Divided, 2nd ed. (1985), as well as several monographs and more than seventy scholarly articles on modern Latin America. He has also compiled volumes in the World Bibliographical Series on Belize (1980), El Salvador (1988), Guatemala (Rev. ) (1992) and Nicaragua (Rev. ) (1994). Dr. Woodward edited the Central American section of the Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean (1985) and is currently associate editor of Scribner's Encyclopedia of Latin American History.
Brazil by John P. Dickenson