Bibliografias seta ALDEN, Dauril

2002
“Engel Sluiter (1906-2001)” in Hispanic American Historical Review, 82:2, pp. 329-332.

2001
Charles R. Boxer: An Uncommon Life: Soldier, Historian, Teacher, Collector, Traveller, Lisboa, Fundação Oriente.

[Recensão crítica da obra de:] Shawn William Miller “Fruitless Trees: Portuguese Conservation and Brazil's Colonial Timber” in Hispanic American Historical Review, 81:2, pp. 384-385.

1996
The Making of an Enterprise: The Society of Jesus in Portugal, its Empire, and Beyond, 1540-1750, Stanford/California, Stanford University Press.

1987
"Late Colonial Brazil, 1750-1808." in Colonial Brazil, New York, Cambridge University Press, pp. 284-343.

1977
Essays Concerning the Socioeconomic History of Brazil and Portuguese Índia, [edição de Dauril Alden], Gainesville, University Presses of Florida.

1974
O significado da produção de cacau na região amazônica no fim do período colonial: um ensaio de história económica comparada, Belém, Universidade Federal do Pará, Núcleo de Altos Estudos Amazônicos.

1973
Royal Government in Colonial Brazil: With Special Reference to the Administration of the Marquis of Lavradio, Viceroy, 1769-1779, Berkeley, University of California Press.

Colonial Roots of Modern Brazil: Papers of the Newberry Library Conference, [edição de Dauril Alden], Berkeley, University of California Press

1968
Royal government in colonial Brazil, Berkeley, University of California.

1965
The growth and decline of indingo production in colonial Brazil, Washington.

1963
“The Population of Brazil in the Late Eighteenth Century: A Preliminary Survey" in Hispanic American Historical Review, n. º 43, pp. 173-205.

1959
“Manoel Luís Oliveira: an entrepreneur in Rio de Janeiro during Brazil's eighteenth-century agricultural renaissance” in The Hispanic American Historical Review, v. 39, n. 4, pp. p. 521-537.

The Marquis of Lavradio, viceroy of Brazil (1769-1779), and the clímax of luso-spanish platine rivalry, Berkeley, University of California.



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