Primary Resources for LA&C History
For an excellent overview of primary sources for historical research, see the HPNL's LibGuide on Primary Sources.
Luso-Brazilian History & Culture: Oliveria Lima Library Pamphlets (Online database)
Jornal do Brasil, Suplemenmto Dominical. 1956-1961 (CD-Rom)
Brazil's Popular Groups, 1966-1986 (Microfilm).
Imprensa popular 1951-1958 [microform].
Correio da manhã 1903-1920 [microform].
O Estado de São Paulo 1890-1972 [microfilm]
Open access portal to thousands of documents related to the military dictatorship and human rights abuses. It also provides links to other open access digital collections in Brazil under "Acervos Relacionados."
Biblioteca Brasiliana Guita e José Mindlin
Created in 2005, this library at the Universidade de São Paulo gathers the extensive holdings of Guita and José Mindlin. There is online access to some 3,000 titles from Brazilian history and literature covering the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
U.S. Declassified Records on Brazil
Created for the commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Brazilian military coup of 1964, the George Washington University's National Security Archive uploaded important documents related to the US's involvement in Brazilian politics.