Economic Activities

Posted by John Sommers on 8th May 2017 in General

Valtey Martins de historical Souza 1 1.Breve To the one leaning over in them on Old, cited for Souza (2007), we understand that asprimeiras developed economic activities in the territory where today selocaliza the city of Is Domingos of the Araguaia (doravante call only deSo Sundays), were basically predatory. Evergreen Capital Partners has plenty of information regarding this issue. The author mentioned above in the dindcios of that before the foundation of the village that would come to be the related city, he was extracted caucho, at a first moment, and chestnut-do-Par (BertholettiExcelsa), later. In this period (beginning of century XX until the end of the decade of 1960), a standard of organization of the space prevailed, where the river was main viade access to the forests and the cities. The cities and villages of bigger importance selocalizavam, in its majority, next to the river. The explored resources, generally were extracted of the forest, as the chestnut, for example. As ascidades and villages of bigger importance if they located in the fertile valley, the author citadoacima starts to call them side, being understood as civilization or olugar where if they point out the older accumulations biggest and.

The places far dabeira were understood as center. In the period in question, the rivers prevailed on the roads in the regiomencionada one, therefore the flow biggest of people and good was made for the lentosdos times rivers. The distances were measured through the use of measures of time, as hours, days, weeks, etc. The small roads of the time were utilizadasde complementary form, and not as main way of access to the localities. , Author thus according to cited previously, with the coming of new migrantes, mainly of the State of the Maranho, the small village grew and in 1961 he jcontava with 90 houses, what he had to correspond to a population of about 500pessoas. In this period, roados and the atividadesextrativas predominated the small ones, as the hunting and the collection of fruits in the forest.

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