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Alden has a section describing Lavradio's year asCaptain-General of Bahia in 1768 -69.  

Boxer, C. R, Race Relations inthe Portuguese Colonial Empire 1415-1825 Oxford 1963

Boxer, C. R, ThePortuguese Seaborne Empire 1415-1825 London 1969

Burton, Richard F Explorationsof the Highlands of the Brazil 2 vols London 1869

Conrad, Robert, Brazilian slavery an annotated research bibliography Boston, 1977

Conrad, Robert, TheDestruction of Brazilian Slavery 1850-88 Berkeley Univ of Calif 1972

Conrad, Robert Edgar.World of sorrow: the African slave trade to Brazil. Baton Rouge: Louisiana StateUniversity Press, c1986.

da Rocha Pitta,Sebastiào,  Historia da America Portugueza (1880)

Degler, J, Neither Blacknor White, Slavery and Race Relations in Brazil and the United States, U Wins

Freyre Gilbert, CasaGrande e Senzala 5th ed. 1946 see English translation Freyre, Gilberto, Mansionsand the Shanties: Making of Modem Brazil U Calif Press

Freyre, Gilberto, NewWorld in the Tropics, Vintage

Freyre, Gilberto, TheMaster and the Slaves, trans S. Putnam 1946 (re Jacintha de Sigueira)

Harris, Marvin, The Mythof the Friendly Master, (in Laura Foner and E.D. Genovese (eds), Slavery in theNew World: A Reader in Comparative History 1969)

Harris, Marvin, TheOrigin of the Descent Rule, (in Laura Foner and E.D. Genovese (eds), Slavery inthe New World: A Reader in Comparative History 1969)

Kidder, Daniel, Sketches ofBrazil (1845)

Klein, Herbert, AfricanSlavery in Latin America and the Caribbean Oxford 1986 OUP

Koster, Henry,  Travelsin Brazil 1809 to 1815

Mawe, J, Travels in theInterior of Brazil 1812

Nieuhoff's Brazil in Pinkerton's Voyages, covers anearlier period.

Pierson, Donald, Negroes inBrazil 1942 a richresource, thoroughly researched

Ramos, Arthur, trans RichardPattee, The Negro in Brazil 1939

Walsh, R, Notices of Brazil 2vols 1830

Wilberforce, E, Brazil Viewedthrough a Naval Glass with Notes on Slavery and the Slave Trade, London 1856