NEITHER PEDDLERS NOR WAR: unraveling 180 years of historical literature on Pernambuco’s “Peddlers’ War,” 1710-1711

@article{Kidd2019NEITHERPN,
  title={NEITHER PEDDLERS NOR WAR: unraveling 180 years of historical literature on Pernambuco’s “Peddlers’ War,” 1710-1711},
  author={Gray F. Kidd},
  journal={CLIO: Revista de Pesquisa Hist{\'o}rica},
  year={2019}
}
  • Gray F. Kidd
  • Published 1 July 2019
  • History, Political Science
  • CLIO: Revista de Pesquisa Histórica
This historiographical “tour” essay examines the many meanings that have been ascribed to Pernambuco’s “Peddlers’ War” (1710-1711) in nearly 200 years of historical literature. Looking across generations and intellectual paradigms (Marxist, liberal, Brazilian nationalist, and Pernambucan regionalist), it shows that 1710-1711 has stood for a nativist and perhaps a republican movement against the Portuguese, a fracturing between the mercantile bourgeoisie and planter class, or as a symbol of… 

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