This guide is designed to help students conduct research about Brazil at Emory University. Special Thanks to Barbara Alvarez of the University of Michigan for permission to model this guide on their Brazilian Studies Guide.
contains Estado de Sao Paulo (16119 issues) from 1875-01-04 to 1922-12-31; Jornal do Commercio (Rio de Janeiro 4785 issues) from 1884-08-31 1901-12-31;Cidade do Rio (345 issues) from 1887-10-13 to 1888-12-31; Folha do Amazonas (Manuas 1454 issues) from 1910-08-20 to 1915-12-31; Gazeta de Tarde (Rio de Janeiro 1049 issues) from 1883-01-16 to 1886-12-31; Jornal do Commercio (Rio de Janeiro 29013 issues) from 1827-08-29 to 1922-12-31; Provincia do Para (Belem 1369 issues) from 1908-01-01 to 1911-12-31, and Rio News (936 issues) from 1879-04-05 to 1900-12-25.
Some of the major publications included are La Protesta, La Vanguardia and Acción Obrera (Argentina) ; O Exempio. Jornal do Povo and Battaglia (Brazil); the Chilean Voz del Mar (Chile); and Ariete, Redención Obrera, Revolución Social, El Sindical (Mexico).
Acknowledged as the oldest newspaper in circulation in Latin America. The issues from ran from1825-1923 offer insights into early Brazilian commerce, social affairs, politics, family life, slavery, and such. Published in the port of Recife. Made available digitally by the University of Florida.
Part of the Fundação Biblioteca Nacional, the Hemeroteca Digital Brasileira is a portal to Brazilian journals and allows online consultation of newspapers, magazines, bulletins and yearbooks archive, and serial publications. Search by publication title, time periods or region.