Abstract

Map 2

Brazil Source: www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/cia04/brazil_sm04.gif.

Brazil has been inhabited for more than 30 000 years. The indigenous Indian people were few and scattered. They were originally hunters but later engaged in crop production and animal breeding.

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Sugar Corn Economic Crisis Platinum Manganese 

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