SLAVERY IN BRAZIL
The slave quarters were used for housing the planters as a shelter for their slaves. Built with clay, wood, tile or straw were called by Nabuco as "the great black pigeon." They existed alongside slavery, ie, between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Campaign and the Abolition of Slavery AbolitionistFrom the mid-nineteenth century slavery in Brazil came to be contested by England. Interested in expanding its consumer market in Brazil and abroad, Bill passed Law Aberdeen (1845), which prohibited the slave trade, giving the power to imprison and address of British ships of countries that made this practice.In 1850, Brazil approved Eusebio de Queiroz Law that ended the slave trade. On September 28, 1871 was approved the Law of Free Birth gave freedom to the children of slaves born after that date. And in 1885 the law was enacted to guarantee the Sexagema freedom to slaves over 60 years of age. ABOLITION