1. fuckyeahlatinamericanhistory:

    cartographymaps:

    Pernambuco, Brazil.

    Joan Blaeu.

    This map, published in 1662, depicts a sugar plantation in the 1640s,  when the area was under Dutch rule.

    it’s interesting to see latin america without spanish/portuguese influence

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    it’s interesting to see latin america without spanish/portuguese influence
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    My Home! ^^
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    Pernambuco, Brazil Joan Blaeu This map, published in 1662, depicts African slaves working on a sugar plantation in the...
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    Gaspar Barlues & Joan Blaeu, 1662, Brazil
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