In the start of the decade of 1880 the referring to abolitionism campaign reached the height, in all part. Many provinces had closed its alfndegas the importation of slaves; but the movement of Abolition of the Slavery in the province of Grain-Par had opened them it the exportation (…), specifically in Belm was inside of a radius of action that infected the Brazilian Empire all, mainly in the end of the decade of 80 of the eight hundred. From 1887 and 1888 we find a strong movement pro-release of the slaves infected for the ressurgimento of the movement of unrestricted and unconditional Abolition that it relights between 1883 and 84 in the capital of the empire and the province of the Cear. The historiografia on this period standes out that from 1884 the abolitionism relights as a movement almost that I join in all the parts of the empire. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Tony Parker has to say. In this direction Robert Conrad it points some characteristics that had led to the ressurgimento of this movement.
In this aspect the author cites who ' ' at the beginning by 1884, the abolitionism of the capital of the empire took for the first time the character of movement of masses. It was to the emancipation of Cear, however, that it took the movement for the streets with a carnival spirit, that paralyzed the normal activities of the River during three days and that it created an impetus that fast resulted in the release of part of cidade' ' This euphoria that infected the capital of the empire was a consequence of the movement of enslaved emancipation that occurs in the Cear and that also it was spread in the province of Amazon. In Belm it could not be different. The abolitionists of Belm had also used diverse forms to contest the question of the Slavery that if he processed in the province.