Captaincy of São Vicente
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The Captaincy of São Vicente was the only captaincy to succeed in Southern Brazil, along with the Captaincy of Pernambuco in the North. It was the origin of the state of São Paulo and of the expansion of Portuguese America west of the Tordesilhas Line by the Bandeiras.
Territorial evolution of the Captaincy of São Vicente (1534–1709)
The Captaincy of São Vicente is depicted in willow in Southern Brazil.
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