History quiz

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 leave it out of the frame we set out to treat.”
F. A. Varnhagen. História geral do Brasil, 1854. The text deals with the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817. Regarding this event, it is possible to affirm that the insurgents intended to separate Pernambuco from the rest of the kingdom, imposing the expulsion of the Portuguese from that territory. the active participation of black men, putting at risk the maintenance of slavery in the region.c) they dominated Pernambuco and the north of the colony, decreeing the end of the privileges of the Companhia do Grão-Pará and Maranhão.d) they proposed independence and the republic, bringing together owners, traders and people from the lower classes. e) implemented a government of terror, threatening the right of small landowners to free exploitation of the land.
Question 02 - MPE-GO Test - 2018 - MPE-GO - Assistant Secretary - Águas Lindas -The Revolution of 1817, also known as the Pernambuco Revolution, was one of several popular rebellions that preceded the Independence of Brazil. Among the options mentioned below, select the one that does not correspond to one of the causes that culminated in the outbreak of this Revolution:(A) The growing pressure of European abolitionists. whose ideas preached gradual restrictions on the slave trade, which became increasingly expensive labor, as slavery was the engine of the entire Pernambuco agrarian economy; (B) creation of new taxes by Dom João VI, which caused dissatisfaction of the population of Pernambuco; (C) a great drought that hit the region in 1816, which accentuated hunger and misery and culminated in a fall in the production of sugar and cotton, which supported the economy of Pernambuco; (D) Massive presence of Portuguese in the leadership of the government and public administration.(E) Fall in the prices of sugar and tobacco, important export products of Pernambuco at the time.
Question 03 - UECE-CEV - 2018 - SEDUC-CE - Professor - History - About the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817, it is correct to say that A) was restricted to the captaincy of Pernambuco which, at that time, covered the current states of Pernambuco, Paraíba, Rio Grande do Norte, Alagoas, Sergipe and Bahia. and the great participation of the poor sectors of Recife society, among them soldiers, artisans, ex-slaves and slaves, it was also known as Revolta dos Alfaiates or Revolta dos Búzios. Crato, José Pereira Filgueiras, who fought against those who supported the crown, such as José Martiniano de Alencar and his mother Bárbara de Alencar. of taxes and external competition for sugar and cotton produced in the region, in addition to the large presence of Portuguese in public office.
Question 04 - CPCON - 2008 - PM-PB - “Some historians have called this movement the Revolution of the Fathers, due to the large number of religious who integrated it. In Paraíba, things had the same character, explainable by the intellectual preparation of the priests, able to assimilate liberal ideas. In addition to Paraíba, the movement had the adhesion of Alagoas, Rio Grande do Norte and Ceará.”MELLO, J. Otávio de A. História da Paraíba. THE UNION, João Pessoa, 2002, p. 102. The text refers to:a) Pernambuco Revolution of 1817 b) War of the Mascatesc) Prestesd column) Conjuração Baianae) Confederation of Ecuador
Question 05 - UPENET - 2009 - PM-PE - About the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817, it is INCORRECT to state that A) the various social groups involved in the revolt had as a consensus the objective of proclaiming the republic. B) the movement was inspired by the struggle for the implantation of democratic ideals in the Polish State, which was solidified with the Polish constitutional charter, which became known as “The Pole”. C) the rebels, who took power in Pernambuco, built a provisional government, which decided to abolish some taxes and draw up a constitution, decreeing religious and press freedom and equality for all, except for slaves. D) despite having failed, the Pernambuco Revolution was the most important movement of all the other precursors of independence, because it surpassed the conspiracy phase, and the insurgents came to power. E) royal troops, sent by sea and land, occupied the capital of Pernambuco, triggering intense repression. The main leaders were arrested and summarily executed.

Question 06 - UNESP 2003 - Read the items about the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817.
I. He had a strong anti-Portuguese sentiment, resulting from the increase in taxes and the great privileges granted to Portuguese traders.
II. It was attended only by priests and soldiers, not counting on the support of other segments of the population.
III. It was a bloody revolt that lasted more than two months and left deep marks in the Northeast, with the armed fighting moving from Recife to the hinterland, also extending to Alagoas, Paraíba and Rio Grande do Norte.
IV. The revolt was put down just two years later by Allied troops, bringing together Portuguese, French and English armed forces.
V. It proposed the Republic, with equal rights and religious tolerance, but did not provide for the abolition of slavery.
Only what is stated in
A) I, II and III is correct.
B) I, III and V.
C) I, IV and V.
D) II, III and IV.
E) II, III and V.

Question 07 - FATEC - The Brazilian people, on the eve of the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817, perceived the thievery of insatiable corrupt cliques and chanted protest lines such as:
"Whoever steals little is a thief
Whoever steals a lot is a baron
Who else steals and hides
Moves from baron to viscount".
I. In 1816, the Northeast was hit by a severe drought that affected subsistence agriculture and caused a drop in cotton and sugar production.
II. The loss of large landowners linked to exports was immense. But the most affected were the working masses.
III. The increase in taxes and the creation of new taxes to support the Court based in Rio de Janeiro contributed to making the population's quality of life even worse, as the price of basic necessities became prohibitive for the poor.
Regarding assertions I, II and III about the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817, it should be stated that:
a) only I is correct.
b) only I and II are correct.
c) only I and III are correct.
d) all are correct.
e) all are incorrect.

Question 45 - FCC - 2012 - SEE-MG - Look at the map.

The map and historical knowledge allow us to affirm that the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817 is of great importance , because, among other reasons,
(A) defended that the transposition to Brazil of the socialist principles of freedom and equality implied the demolition of the colonial system and the extinction of the oppression that weighed on black slaves.
( B) was an armed revolt, of a liberal character, which managed to expand through several provinces and sought international support from the United States and England.
(C) it is considered the most expressive revolt in the history of the colony, as well as the most wide, bold and profound, since it proposed the severing of ties with Portugal and England.
(D) reduced to rubble not only the colonial system, but also slavery, the landowner system and the agro-export economy, allowing the passage of the Brazil from colony to nation status i independent.

Question 09 - ESSA 2011 - In 1817, in the Province of Pernambuco, there was a revolt against the government of D. João VI which became known as
A) Liberal Revolution.
B) Cabanagem.
C ) Confederation of Ecuador.
D) Tailors' Revolt.
E) Pernambuco Revolution.

Question 10 - UFMG 2006 - Read this excerpt from the document:“Pernambucanos [...] the people are happy, there is no longer any distinction between Brazilians and Europeans, everyone knows each other as brothers, descendants of the same origin [...] An enlightened provisional government chosen among all the orders of the State, preside over your happiness [...] You will see your fortune consolidate, you will be free from the weight of enormous tributes, which are imposed on you; yours, and our Country [=Pernambuco] will rise to the point of greatness, which has long awaited it, and you will reap the fruit of the labors and zeal of your Citizens. Help them with [...] your application to agriculture, a rich nation is a powerful nation. The Fatherland is our common mother, you are her children, you are descendants of the brave Portuguese, you are Portuguese, you are Americans, you are Brazilians, you are Pernambucanos.” Proclamation of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of Pernambuco, on March 9, 1817.
Considering the principles underlying the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817, it is INCORRECT to state that its participants A) considered the tax issues and inequalities between “ Brazilians”, “Pernambucanos” and “Portuguese”. B) understood that wealth made a powerful nation, and agriculture was seen as an important economic activity for the homeland. C) promoted the constitution of a Provisional Government in Pernambuco, in opposition to the Monarchic Government headed by D. João. D) recognized as collective identities the “Pernambucanos”, the “Portuguese” and the “Brazilians”, defending that all of them were children of the Fatherland.
Question 11 - UFOP 2010/2 - About the Pernambuco Revolution of 1817, which broke out in Recife on March 6, it is CORRECT to state:A) It was opposed to the election of Brazilian representatives in the Lisbon Courts. B) It was marked by autonomist sentiments and republican ideals. C) It was characterized by the opposition between peddlers and rural landowners. D) He definitely expelled the Dutch from Pernambuco.
GABARITO 01 - D02 - E03 - D04 - A05 - B
06 - B
07 - D
08 - B
09 - E
10 - A11 - B