Goa and Mozambique: the participation of Goans in Portuguese enterprise in the Rios de Cuama, 1501-1752
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Robert I. Crane
Canarin, Estado da India Portuguesa, Rhodesia
African History | History
Canarim is a word barely recognized in modern historical literature, yet the people of Goa whom it once designated played a crucial role in Portuguese exploration, penetration, and colonization of that part of South-Eastern and South-Central Africa presently known as Mozambique and Rhodesia. From 1498 the Canarins or Christian Indians from the Estado da India Portuguesa (Portuguese State of India) had a firm place within the philosophical framework of Portuguese maritime expansion and conquest ...
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Hromnik, Cyril Andrew, "Goa and Mozambique: the participation of Goans in Portuguese enterprise in the Rios de Cuama, 1501-1752" (1977). History - Dissertations. Paper 57.