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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.8.2021.tde-13072021-182614
Document
Author
Full name
Gilberto dos Santos
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2021
Supervisor
Committee
Ricupero, Rodrigo Monteferrante (President)
Lopes, Gustavo Acioli
Menz, Maximiliano Mac
Sousa, Avanete Pereira
Title in Portuguese
O tributo de saída dos escravizados da Bahia para as áreas mineradoras: na primeira metade do século XVIII
Keywords in Portuguese
Áreas mineradoras
Bahia
Escravizados
Provedoria da Fazenda Real
Tráfico negreiro
Tributo
Abstract in Portuguese
Neste estudo, o tributo de saída dos escravizados da Bahia para as áreas mineradoras é apresentado sob as perspectivas do Antigo Sistema Colonial. O tributo foi estudado como um mecanismo, adotado pela Coroa, para a reorganização do tráfico negreiro Atlântico na primeira metade do século XVIII. O texto tem a intensão de demostrar como ocorria a arrematação e fiscalização do tributo, destacando as redes mercantis envolvidas na redistribuição de cativos para as Minas de ouro, os conflitos sobre a forma de despachar os escravizados, as reclamações dos senhores de engenho e lavradores e os aperfeiçoamentos da fiscalização, que era feita por meio da administração do tributo e via contratos, os quais buscavam diminuir as práticas ilícitas e garantir a boa arrecadação da Fazenda Real.
Title in English
The exit tax levied on slaves departing from Bahia to the mining áreas in the first Half of the XVIII century
Keywords in English
Bahia
Enslaved
Mining areas
Slave trade
Treasury Office/Royal Treasury
Tribute
Abstract in English
In this study, the exit tax levied on slaves departing from Bahia to the mining areas is analyzed in the context of the Old Colonial System. The tax is studied as a mechanism, adopted by the Crown, for the reorganization of the Atlantic slave trade in the first half of the 18th century. The study demonstrates how the tax was collected and enforced. It examines the mercantile networks involved in the relocation of slaves to the gold mines, the conflicts over how the slaves were to be dispatched, the complaints from the planters and farmers and the improvements in enforcement achieved by administering the tax via contracts, a procedure which sought to reduce illicit practices and ensure a good revenue for the Fazenda Real.
 
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Publishing Date
2021-07-13
 
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