Sao Paulo Rebellion in Brazil 1842

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Sao Paulo Rebellion 1842 [was one of the] eight of the more famous revolts in the 1834-49 period included the participation of lower-class people, Indians, free and runaway blacks, and slaves, which accounts for their often fierce suppression...

[Rebellion in] São Paulo in 1842, [was] propelled simultaneously by antiregency and promonarchial sentiments. Such unrest dispels the notion that the history of state formation in Brazil was peaceful. Instead, it shows the confrontation between the national government and the splintering pátrias , which would continue in varying degrees for the next century.

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