Immigrants on the Land

Immigrants on the Land

When slavery was abolished in 1880, Sao Paulo, Brazil, subsidized the immigration of workers from southern Europe and Japan. Faced with a worldwide coffee market and abundant land for expansion, native planters developed a package of incentives to attract workers, in contrast to the coercive labor systems historically common in other plantation systems. By the 1930s a clear majority of the small and medium-sized coffee farms were owned by first-generation immigrants.… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (November 01, 2017)

Page count: 236 pages

Language: English


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