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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.16.2008.tde-23082010-083624
Document
Author
Full name
Alexandre Luiz Rocha
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Toledo, Benedicto Lima de (President)
Borges Filho, Francisco
Pina, Sílvia Aparecida Mikami Gonçalves
Pinheiro, Maria Lucia Bressan
Silva, Fernanda Fernandes da
Title in Portuguese
Fazenda Santa Gertrudes: modelo de produção cafeeira no oeste paulista. 1895-1930: contribuição de Eduardo Prates à definição de novos parâmetros produtivos
Keywords in Portuguese
Café
Construções rurais
Fazendas de café
História
Preservação
São Paulo
Abstract in Portuguese
Trata este trabalho, inicialmente, da trajetória da cultura do café, pelos campos do Brasil, vindo do Rio de Janeiro até chegar aos campos do oeste paulista. Procura-se entender a origem do conhecimento que determinou as transformações e adaptações de instalações produtivas. Já em terras paulistas, busca-se resgatar a contribuição de Eduardo da Silva Prates, Conde de Prates, a uma maior racionalização na produção e no beneficiamento do café, através da documentação preservada em arquivo público. Hipóteses de colaboradores na sua propriedade, a Fazenda Santa Gertrudes, foram verificadas e outros nomes surgiram da pesquisa, complementada com a iconografia da propriedade.
Title in English
Santa Gertrudes Plantation: coffee plantation model in the western paulista region. 1895-1930: Eduardo Prates contribution to the definition of new production processes
Keywords in English
Coffee
Coffee plantations
History
Preservation
Rural buildings
São Paulo
Abstract in English
This thesis, initially, goes into the course taken by the cultivation of coffee in Brazil, since it started at Rio de Janeiro until it reached the western plains of the State of São Paulo. The aim is to understand the origins of the know-how that governed the transformations and adaptations of coffee plantations. Once settled in São Paulo land, the aim is to rekindle the invaluable contribution rendered by Eduardo da Silva Prates, Conde de Prates, towards a greater rationalization of coffee processing and production through the analysis of preserved documentation held in public archives. Hypothesis concerning possible contributors to the development of his property, The Santa Gertrudes Farm, were examined and other names were revealed by the research which is supplemented with the iconography of the property.
 
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Publishing Date
2010-08-27
 
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