Evaristo da Veiga
Evaristo Ferreira da Veiga e Barros
8 October 1799
Rio de Janeiro
|Died||12 May 1837 37) (aged|
Rio de Janeiro
|Occupation||Journalist, poet, politician|
Evaristo Ferreira da Veiga e Barros (October 8, 1799 – May 12, 1837) was a Brazilian poet, journalist, politician and bookseller. Da Veiga founded one of the first Brazilian newspapers, A Aurora Fluminense, in 1827, during the reign of Emperor Pedro I.He was also federal deputy and senator for Minas Gerais. Da Veiga composed poems including the lyrics for the Hino da Independência and is the patron of the tenth seat of the Brazilian Academy of Letters.
The Hino da Independência is a Brazilian official patriotic song commemorating the country's declaration of independence from Portugal. The anthem was composed in 1822 by Emperor Pedro I, the lead figure in the country's struggle for independence, and the lyrics were written by poet Evaristo da Veiga.
Manuel Pinto da Costa is a Santoméan economist and politician who served as the first President of São Tomé and Príncipe from 1975 to 1991. He again served as president from 2011 to 2016.
Academia Brasileira de Letras (ABL) is a Brazilian literary non-profit society established at the end of the 19th century by a group of 40 writers and poets inspired by the Académie Française. The first president, Machado de Assis, declared its foundation on December 15, 1896, with the by-laws being passed on January 28, 1897. On July 20 of the same year, the academy started its operation.
The Kaingang people are an Indigenous Brazilian ethnic group spread out over the three southern Brazilian states of Paraná, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul and the southeastern state of São Paulo. They are also called Caingang and Aweikoma, though the Kaingang and Aweikoma (Xokleng) are now considered separate groups. The Kaigang people were the original first inhabitants of the province of Misiones in Argentina. Their language and culture is quite distinct from the neighboring Guaraní.
Waldemar Levy Cardoso was the last living Marshal of the Brazilian Army.
Evaristo de Macedo Filho,, known simply as Evaristo, is a Brazilian former footballer and coach.
Francisco de Sales Torres Homem, Viscount of Inhomirim, was a physician, lawyer, journalist, romantic writer, deputy, senator, top officer of the National Treasury, president of the Bank of Brazil and Minister of Treasury. The only afrobrazilian ever to have been in charge of the economy of Brazil throughout its history.
Baependi is a Brazilian municipality located in the state of Minas Gerais.
The SP-62 is a highway in the southeastern part of the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The highway is begins in the District of Eugenio de Mello and shares the route with SP-123 for a few kilometres and ends in Cachoeira Paulista.
Brave New Land is a 2000 Brazilian drama film written and directed by Lúcia Murat. The title comes from a line from the chorus refrain written by journalist Evaristo da Veiga for the Brazilian Independence Anthem. It depicts the conflicted relationship between Portuguese, Spanish and Indigenous in the 18th century.
João Pimenta da Veiga Filho (Jr.) is a former communications minister of Brazil.
Rádio Mayrink Veiga was a radio station in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It began broadcasting on January 21, 1926, and was closed in 1965 by the military dictatorship which ruled Brazil at that time. Rádio Mayrink Veiga was a key part of the Radio Era in Brazil. It was the second station which established advertising and entertainment broadcasts in Brazil, after Rádio Record, from São Paulo. Radio Mayrink Veiga was one of the most important stations operating in Brazil for the next three decades, and created many stars. Carmen Miranda and her sister Aurora had their debut on Radio Mayrink Veiga, as did the Pagã Sisters, Elvira and Rosina. In 1962, Rádio Mayrink Veiga participated in the protest broadcasts of the Cadeia da Legalidade, a network of radio stations organized to oppose the military dictatorship and support democracy. Ana Montenegro was one of the featured broadcasters on the station from 1959 to 1963. The station's participation was the pretext for its permanent closure by the military regime in 1965.
Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama Basquete, or C.R. Vasco da Gama Basquete, is a Brazilian men's professional basketball club that is based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is a part of the multi-sports club C.R. Vasco da Gama. Vasco da Gama Basquete was founded on May 11, 1920.
Events in the year 1926 in Brazil.
Events in the year 1932 in Brazil.
José Veiga, known as José J. Veiga, was a Brazilian writer. His writings are often classified within the magical realism genre, although he denied the label; his books deal with social and political criticism, with lyrical overtones.
Alcino Martino de Barros Pinto was a São Toméan politician. He was President of the National Assembly of São Tomé and Príncipe from November 28, 2012 to November 22, 2014. He succeeded Evaristo Carvalho who was a provisional president and was succeeded by José da Graca Diogo.
Maria da Conceição Evaristo de Brito is a Brazilian writer. Her work is marked by her life experiences as an Afro-Brazilian woman, which she calls escrevivência—a portmanteau of escrita (writing) and vivência. She was born into a humble family and is the second oldest of 9 siblings, being the first in her household to earn a university degree. She helped her mother and aunt with washing clothes and deliveries, while studying.
Primeiros Sons do Hino da Independência, also known as Hino da Independência, is painting by Augusto Bracet. It was made in 1922.The artwork is of the genre historical painting, and is on the National Historical Museum of Brazil. It portrays, among others, Pedro I of Brazil and Evaristo da Veiga, in 1822.
Brazil–São Tomé and Príncipe relations refer to the bilateral relations between Brazil and São Tomé and Príncipe. Both nations are members of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.
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