Tito Livio Ferreira

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Tito Livio Ferreira
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Born(1894-06-04)4 June 1894
Died15 December 1988(1988-12-15) (aged 94)
São Paulo, Brazil
Alma mater Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
RegionBrazilian historian
Notable ideas
Brazil was not a colony [1]

Tito Livio Ferreira (June 4, 1894 – December 15, 1988) was a Brazilian historian, teacher and journalist. [2] [3]

Partial bibliography

(By year of first ed.)


  1. 1 2 "O BRASIL NÃO FOI COLÓNIA – (Tito Livio Ferreira – organização e notas de Loryel Rocha) Ebook – Instituto Mukharajj Brasilan – IMUB". www.imub.org. 2016-08-08.
  2. "Historiografia e Senso Histórico Tito Lívio Ferreira". University of São Paulo (in Portuguese).
  3. Rodrigues Ferreira, Manoel (1972). Tito Livio Ferreira. Bipblos Ltda (in Portuguese).

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