The Aurora Pernambucana was the first newspaper in Pernambuco and the third published in Brazil. Its first edition was on 27 March 1821, in a 25 x 17cm format, with four pages, on flax paper and printed at the Pernambuco National Railway Maintenance Facility, in Recife.
Latin America’s oldest newspaper still in circulation, the Diario de Pernambuco (Pernambuco Daily) was founded on 7 November 1825, by the printer Antonino José de Miranda Falcão, in Recife.
Initiated as the Grupo de Jaboatão, this literary movement known as Geração 65 was created in the city of Jaboatão dos Guararapes, in Pernambuco.
O Carapuceiro’ (The Bonnet) founded by Father Miguel do Sacramento Lopes Gama, went into circulation for the first time on 7 April 1832, with four 21 x 15cm pages.
Segarrega, whose first edition was released on 8 December 1821, was the second newspaper in circulation in the city of Recife, nine months after the Aurora Pernambucana (27 March 1821).