German Immigration in Brazil: Ships and Passengers Years 1826 and 1827
2st edition 03/2021 170 pages.
1 – Summary
The first edition of this book will be available only in printed book format, involving 12 ships that in the years 1826 and 1827 brought immigrants to Brazil from Germany.
This edition will bring updates and corrections on all previous editions for the same period.
In the 12 ships treated in this book, a good part of the passengers are immigrants who came to several Brazilian states in Rio Grande do Sul, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Bahia, but whenever possible they list passengers who went to other states.
Basically the book provides a summary with details of the ship, place of departure and arrival, date of departure and arrival, and the list of passengers (as complete as possible, if any), in addition to basic information about immigrants, in most cases .
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2 – Details of the 2st edition
The book contains approximately 170 pages.
Electronic book (e-book), in PDF format (A4), not editable and printing not allowed.
The printed version is available on A4 size page (Brazil and Outside).
3 – INFORMATION FOR BOOK ACQUISITION
- Purchase at Clube dos Autores in printed book format (Brazil). Click this link
- Purchase on Amazon digital book format (e-book). Click this link
- Purchase from Amazon in printed book format (Germany/EUA/abroad). Click this link
- Buy searchable E-book directly with the author (foloww guidelines below)
4 – INFORMATION FOR ACQUISITION OF THE SEARCHABLE E-BOOK VERSION DIRECT FROM THE AUTHOR
We will be making available the purchase of the E-book searchable by bank deposit (Banco do Brasil or Caixa Federal) and payments via Paypal and PagSeguro (we will send notification to your email).
Digital book value: R $ 39.99 (Brazilian currency)
5 – Additional information
Any questions please contact our email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ademar F. Fey
Researching German emigration to Brazil and Rio Grande do Sul from 1824 to 1830
Researching the Fey family in Rio Grande do Sul