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The 16th Century Fort do Mar and the Bay of All Saints at Salvador do Bahia, Brazil.

The 16th Century Fort do Mar and the Bay of All Saints at Salvador do Bahia, Brazil.
The 16th Century Fort do Mar and the Bay of All Saints at Salvador do Bahia, Brazil.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H5094
Description: Salvador do Bahia, the 16th Century capital of Portuguese Brazil was a frequent port of call for returning English East India ships. The loss of British and Asian seamen to disease and desertion led to the employment of Brazilian seamen at Salvador do Bahia. - 5095
Creator: Clifford J Pereira
Date: 2001-03
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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