Since the discovery of Brazil in 1500, until today, many important events marked the history of Brazil. These events were recorded over the years and become objects of study throughout the elementary and high school.
So many of these issues are constantly collected the evidence from various vestibular and also the National Secondary Education Examination ( Enem ).
To assist in their preparation for college entrance and Enem, collect the history of themes that are more charged, in chronological order, serving as a quick study guide!
10 Events in the History of Brazil for the Vestibular and ENEM
1. Discovery of Brazil (1500)
The beginning of everything is the arrival of Cabral to Brazil in 1500. It is important to understand how it happened, the causes and consequences of the expedition and how occurred the first contacts with the Indians who inhabited the Brazilian territory.
2. Brazil Cologne (1530-1815)
After the discovery, another major issue for the studies is the colonial Brazil. Within this context, there are several topics that deserve attention in studies, such as:
- The hereditary captaincies
- In Economics
- Vegetable Extraction
- The Mineral Extraction
- The Livestock
- The Political and Administrative Organization
- The Territorial Expansion
3. Independence of Brazil (1822)
After all these events, we come to the Independence of Brazil itself in 1822, after several moves. It is important to understand that subject the entire process of the Independence of Brazil.
The Prince Regent appointed Pedro I
Recognition of the Independence of Brazil
4. First Empire (1822-1831)
So then we come to Brazil Empire, which covers the years 1822 to 1889. At this stage, we focus on the studies in the First Empire, between the years 1822 and 1831, understanding the main events and the future consequences for the country.
5. Second reign (1831-1840)
When it reaches the end of the First Empire, began another important topic of the history of Brazil, which is the Second Empire, from 1831 to 1840. In this context, we must emphasize some points, such as:
- The Regency Trina Permanent
- The Additional Act
- Una Regency
- The Farroupilha Revolution
- The Cabanagem
- A Sabinada
- A Balaiada
- The Majority Pedro II
6. First Republic (1889-1930)
In 1889 we reached the historic moment of the First Republic. In this context, we can mention several important points of studies, such as:
- The First Provisional Government
- constituent Assembly
- Presidency of Deodoro da Fonseca
- The Politics of Governors
- The Coronelismo
- lieutenants movements
- Prestes column
- Revolt of the Armada
7. 1930 Revolution (1930)
The Revolution of 1930 is a subject that is always in evidence in the vestibular issues, so it is important to pay attention to the facts leading up to the revolution, as happened and what the consequences for the country’s future.
8. Vargas Era (1930-1945)
With the Revolution of 1930, comes to power Getúlio Vargas, very important name in the history of Brazil that deserves close attention during the studies. Understand your participation is essential to achieve a good result in the entrance exam.
9. Military dictatorship (1964-1985)
This theme of Brazilian history is in constant evidence in the news, so it is very important to know what led to the dictatorship, how it worked and how to come to an end. Some important points:
The Fall of João Goulart
Repression of Social Movements
The Presidents of the Dictatorship
Election of Tancredo Neves
10. Presidents of Brazil (1985-currently)
Finally, it is important to know the recent history of Brazilian politicians elected by direct vote.Understanding the time of each one, know the works carried out and the achievements made in the country.