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  • Exercises on the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817 - with feedback

    Question 01 - FUVEST 2010 - 1st Phase - “Behold, a revolution, proclaiming a government absolutely independent of subjection to the court of Rio de Janeiro, broke out in Pernambuco, in March 1817. It is a matter for our minds so unsympathetic that, if we were allowed to [put] on it a veil, we would

  • History Exercises on the Brazilian Colonial Society - with feedback

    Question 01 - POLYTECHNIC - UFSM 2018 - In colonial Brazil there were several economic regions and several societies. Colonial sugar society was relatively complex, with a rigid hierarchy marked by the role of slaves and landowners. List the social groups, in the left column, with their respective o

  • Exercises on the Brazilian Independence Process - with feedback

    Question 01 - FUVEST 2004 - Transfer – Among the factors that distinguished the process of Brazilian Independence, in the Latin American context, we can mentiona) the British interests, which clashed with the commercial restrictions imposed by the Iberian Metropolises. b) the influence of Enlighten

  • Exercises on the Confederation of Ecuador - with feedback

    Question 01 - FGV-SP 2000 - 1st phase -“The propagation of republican, anti-Portuguese and federative ideas (...) gained impetus with the presence in Recife of Cipriano Barata, coming from Europe, where he represented Bahia in the Cortes. It is important to emphasize (...) the role of the press in p

  • History Exercises on the Constitution of 1824 - with feedback

    Question 01 - MPE-GO - 2018 - MPE-GO - Assistant Secretary - The Political Constitution of the Empire of Brazil, of 1824, inaugurated the history of the Brazilian Constitutions and was, among all, the one that lasted the longest. Regarding the aforementioned constitutional letter, judge the followin

  • Exercises on the Revolt of the Malês - with feedback

    Question 01 - UNESP - 2017/2 - 1st phase - The Malês Revolt, which took place in Bahia in 1835, had wide popular participation and defended, among other proposals,a) the rejection of Catholicism and the construction of an Islamic order.b) the maintenance of slavery of Africans and the expansion of

  • History Exercises on the Eusébio de Queirós Law - with feedback

    Question 01 - FUVEST 2009 - Transfer – The Eusébio de Queirós law, of 1850, which prohibited the slave trade in the country, was approved, aiming to a) follow the same procedure adopted at the time by other slave countries in America. b) stop the outflow of capital, resulting from the profits made

  • Exercises on the Golden Law - with feedback

    Question 01 - FATEC - 2016 - Pay close attention to the news featured in the newspaper Gazeta de Notícias. Check the alternative that correctly identifies the law to which the newspaper refers and its relationship with the process of extinction of slavery in Brazil.(A) Eusébio de Queiroz Law:tighte

  • Exercises on the Constitution of 1891 - with feedback

    Question 01 - UERJ 1999 - 1st Phase - (Apud FAUSTO, Boris. História do Brasil. São Paulo:Edusp, 1995.) “ Glory to the homeland!”, said Revista Illustrada, one day after the proclamation of the Republic in Brazil, in a commemoration that represented the desire for changes that would bring about the

  • History Exercises on the Acrean Revolution - with answers

    Question 01 - IBADE - 2020 - IDAF-AC - Agronomist - The region now known as the state of Acre, at the end of the 19th century, went through moments of great instability. Three countries were interested in the territory:Brazil, Bolivia and Peru. The reprimand between the three passed to the battlefi

  • Exercises on the Treaty of Petrópolis - with feedback

    Question 01 - ENEM 2010 - Droughts and the economic appeal of rubber — a product that at the end of the 19th century fetched high prices on international markets — motivated the movement of human masses from Northeast Brazil to Acre. However, until the beginning of the 20th century, this region belo

  • Exercises on the Vaccine Revolt - with feedback

    Question 01 - UERJ 2001 - 1st Qualification Exam - The above cartoon, first published in 1904, refers to mandatory vaccination, which was an important motivation for the Vaccine Revolt. This movement came about as a result of:(A) imposition of a health policy by the State(B) appeal by the populati

  • Exercises on the General Strike of 1917 - with template

    Question 01 - FGV 2005 - Economics - 1st Phase - Stage - (...) its spontaneous character has been highlighted (...) and there is no reason to review the background of this qualification. The absence of a plan, of central coordination, of pre-defined objectives is evident. Unions have limited meanin

  • Exercises on the Revolt of the Whip - with feedback

    Question 01 - Udesc 2014/1 -On the Revolt of the Whip (1910) mark the correct alternative.A. A revolting movement developed between rival political factions found in the government of Rio Grande do Sul, which ended up also reaching the states of Santa Catarina and Paraná.B. This is how the movement

  • Exercises on Tenentism - with feedback

    Question 01 - FGV-SP 2000 - 1st phase - Read carefully the statements below, about Tenentism, and mark the correct alternative.I. The Tenentista Movement (1922-1927) obtained, throughout its march from the south to the north of the country, broad popular support, highlighting the adhesion of anarchi

  • Exercises on Coronelismo - with feedback

    Question 01 - ENEM 2011 - Completely illiterate, or almost, without medical assistance, not reading newspapers or magazines, in which he is limited to seeing the figures, the rural worker, except in sporadic cases, has the boss in the account of benefactor. On the political level, he fights with th

  • Exercises on the Halter's Vow - with feedback

    Question 01 - UERJ 2003 - 2nd Qualification Exam - (STORNI, 1927. In:LEMOS, Renato. A history of Brazil through caricature. Rio de Janeiro:Bom Texto, Letras e Expressões, 2001.) The domination of large landowners during the Old Republic gave rise to the popular expression “halter vote”, an electoral

  • Exercises on the Week of Modern Art - with feedback

    Question 01 - UFPR 2012 - “The ambition of the [modernist] group was great:to educate Brazil, cure it of literate illiteracy, and, above all, research a new way of expression, compatible with the time of cinema, wireless telegraph, intercontinental air crossings. ”.(Boaventura, M. E. The Week of Mod

  • History Exercises on the First Republic - PUC-RIO - with feedback

    Question 01 - PUC-RIO 2006/2 - During the First Republic (1889-1930), there were, in Brazilian society, revolts that, despite the differences, expressed the dissatisfaction and criticism of popular groups regarding the mechanisms of social and political exclusion and the strategies of expansion of o

  • History Exercises on the First Republic in Brazil - with feedback

    Question 01 - IFS 2014.1 - Graduation - Regarding the economic crisis of the First Republic, it is incorrect to say that:a) The political-administrative reforms of the State were followed by economic measures that were also necessary for the functioning of the Republic; b) In 1890, Rui Barbosa, the

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