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1460 Antonio and Bartolomeo da Noli, Genovese navigators in the service of Portugal, claim the Cape Verde Islands. The Islands were officially described as "uninhabited".
1475-1479 War of the Spanish Succession. Castellan ships pillage Ribeira Grande and carries off many white inhabitants for ransom and blacks to be sold again into slavery.
1580-1582 Bishop Brandao describes "a great famine" in Cape Verde in his letters to church officials in Lisbon.
1770 The Lieutenant Captain from Fogo arrives in Brava to restore order following a riot.
1847 Volcanic eruption in Fogo.
1850 Drought and famine in Santo Antao, Sao Vicente, Sao Nicolau, Boavista and Sal.
1852 Volcanic eruption in Fogo.
1853 Drought and famine in Sal and Boavista.
1946-1948 Famine and drought. Santiago looses 65% of its population. Population of the archipelago drops to 140,000. In 1946 alone 30,000 people or 15% of total population dies.
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