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Mexico and Brazil

Mexico and Brazil

Santa Catarina (Brazil, Mexico, São Tomé and Príncipe)

Santa Catarina (Brazil, Mexico, São Tomé and Príncipe)

Comparative case studies from Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and South Africa

Banks, Financial Markets, and Industrial Development: Lessons from the Economic Histories of Brazil and Mexico

Bankers, Industrialists, and their Cliques: Elite Networks in Mexico and Brazil during Early Industrialization

Male Human Papillomavirus Prevalence and Association With Condom Use in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States

Network Ties and Labor Flexibility in Brazil and Mexico: A Tale of Two Automobile Factories

Arbitration Convention between Brazil and Mexico, signed at Petropolis, 11 April 1909

After Decentralization: Patterns of Intergovernmental Conflict in Argentina, Brazil, Spain, and Mexico

Human Papillomavirus Prevalence Among 88 Male Virgins Residing in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States

Assessing Redistribution within Social Insurance Systems: The Cases of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Uruguay*

Paulo Antonio Paranagua ed., Mexican Cinema; Randall Johnson and Robert Stam eds., Brazilian Cinema

Vulnerability to heat-related mortality in Latin America: a case-crossover study in São Paulo, Brazil, Santiago, Chile and Mexico City, Mexico

Test-Retest Reliability of a Sexual Behavior Interview for Men Residing in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States The HPV in Men (HIM) Study

Attributes of patient-centered primary care associated with the public perception of good healthcare quality in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and El Salvador

Victoria Langland. Speaking of Flowers: Student Movements and the Making and Remembering of 1968 in Military Brazil. Jaime M. Pensado. Rebel Mexico: Student Unrest and Authoritarian Political Culture during the Long Sixties.

Santa Cruz (Angola, Argentina, Aruba, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Curaçao, Dominican Republic, Galapagos Islands, Guatemala, Jamaica, Mexico, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, São Tomé and Príncipe, USA, Venezuela)

 

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House of Iturbide–Empire of Mexico

House of Habsburg-Lorraine

House of Braganza–Empire of Brazil

Haring, C. H., Empire in Brazil: a New World Experiment with Monarchy (Cambridge, Mass., 1969).Meyer, M. C., and W. L. Sherman, The Course of Mexican History (3rd edn., New York, 1987).

1822–1823

Agustín I (Agustín de Iturbide) (proclaimed emperor following Mexican independence 1821; abdicated, died 1824; republic 1823–64)

1864–1867

Maximilian I (brother of Francis Joseph I, emperor of Austria; republic 1867)

1822–1831

Pedro I (regent 1821–2; proclaimed emperor at Brazilian independence 1822; king of Portugal 1826–8; abdicated, died 1834)

1831–1889

Pedro II (son; deposed, died 1891; proclamation of the republic)

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