A;:ao Integralista Brasileira, 43, 60
acculturation, 4, 124
Africans, 6, 11, 12, 14, 15, 24-25, 29, 34, 38,
64,82; British prohibition on impor-
tation of, 17; construction ofJapanese
women as, 156
A Immigra(iio, 33
Alliance Israelite Universelle, 46-47
Almeida, Francisco Antonio de, 152
Almeida, Guilherme, 60, 102
Amado, Jorge, 41
Amazon region, 43, 45, 48, 85; Japanese
colonization, 94, 99-104, 113, 128; as
"New Japan," 135
Andrade, Morais de, 71, 117
Andrade, Oswald de: novel on immi-
grants, 112-13
Aranha, Oswaldo, 128
Araujo, Oscar Egidio, 75
Argentina, 7
Armenians, 59-60
Ascoli, Nestor, 88, 103
assimilation: among Arabs, 75; among
Japanese,101,103-4,118,123,129;as
Brazilian policy, 132-33; ideas about, 4,
7,21
Assyrian refugees, 65-74, 113; and growth
of nativism, 67-74; linkages with other
minorities, 71, 116, 135
Azevedo, Aluisio, 153, 154
Bastani, TanusJorge, 44-45
Bastide, Roger, 77
bigotry,s
blood: notions of, 25, 51, 64, 73, 86, 88,
100,115
Blumenbach,Johann
F.,
6, 14
Bocayuva, Quintino, 15, 21
Born Retiro, 2
Botelho, Carios, 84-85
Braga, Te6filo, 43
Brasil Takushoku Kumiai, 101. See also
Brazil Colonization Corporation
Brazilian Colonization Corporation
(BRATAC),
71, 117, 130, 136
Brazilianization (brasilidade) policy,
130 -33,146
Brazilian National Museum, 7
Brazilianness, 3, 5, 8, 12, 60-61, 64, 119; as
a Japanese trait, 119
British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society,
29,32
Browne,John Gilbert, 67,72
Buddhism, 155
Butler, G. C., 30-33
Callado, Eduardo, 30-33, 83
Camara, Arist6teles de Lima, 133
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