The exhibition briefly recounts the life of Prudente de Moraes, the First Civil President of Brazil.
The São Paulo elite had a lot of national influence and these relations caused a projection in politics, through Manoel de Moraes Barros, Manoel Joaquim Sousa Moraes, brother and cousin of Prudente de Moraes, respectively, who came to the positions of Senators; João Sampaio, son-in-law and lawyer, state and federal legislator. Paulo de Moraes and Luís Mendes de Moraes, nephews of Prudente, acted in the municipal, state and national politics.
Prudente de Moraes, in his letters, showed that his family was his security. It was with the health of his wife and with the children and grandchildren who cared only.
Even in difficult political times, he never ceased to communicate with children, always having the concern of not showing the problems he was going through.
PIRACICABA´S CITY HALL
Barjas Negri | Mayor
SECRETARIAT OF CULTURE AND TOURISM
Rosângela Camolese | Secretary
PRUDENTE DE MORAES MUSEUM
Renata Gava | Director of Public Museum
Mauricio Beraldo - Educational Assistant and Programming
Taiane Melo - Educational Trainee
Yone Moreno - Educational Trainee