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Associates Of Manoel Carvalho, 1602–1636

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This appendix section of this book titled The Same but Different?: Inter-cultural Trade and the Sephardim, 1595-1640 present a table for the associates of the Christian merchant Manoel Carvalho, 1602-1636. Carvalho had been active in the Dutch Republic, roughly between 1595 and 1640. He migrated to Amsterdam from the Portuguese colony of Brazil, itself another under-studied Sephardic migration stream to Amsterdam. The author compares and contrasts Carvalho's colonial networks to the other merchants' more European-based networks. Thus, the author compares the ways he utilized his network contacts, and the sorts of networks with which he was involved, with Sephardic merchants who had migrated from other places and who were more (or less) involved in open Jewish life.

Keywords:Brazil; Jews; Manoel Carvalho; Portuguese colony; Sephardic merchants



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