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Colonial Brazil

Latin American Vocab

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Lavradores de cana ? The whole class of sugarcane cultivators in Brazil. They didn?t have enough capital to set up their own engenhos so they grew sugarcane which they processed at a nearby mill, and paid three-fifths of the sugar produced as a fee to the mill owner. Although they made up a sizeable portion of the population in Brazil, they didn?t constitute a homogeneous social or economic group. For example, men with noble status, merchants, and priests all might be lavradores de cana. (emv2126)
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