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In the 1890s, the farm known as Fazenda Salto Grande was purchased by the American Clement Willmot.Willmot established the first industry in Americana under the name Clement H. In 1889, the factory was renamed Fábrica de Tecidos Carioba (Carioba Textile Factory).
He has assumed various roles, from project manager to technical specialist, on multidisciplinary teams responsible for the development, operation and/or closure of mines in northern Canada, the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia.Following the Civil War, slavery was abolished in the United States.In Brazil, however, slavery was still legal, making it a particularly attractive location to former Confederates, among whom was a former member of the Alabama State Senate, William Hutchinson Norris.The original settlement developed around the local railway station, founded in 1875, and the development of a cotton weaving factory in a nearby farm.After 1866, several former Confederate citizens from the American Civil War settled in the region.In that area several estates were created, including Salto Grande, Machadinho, and Palmeiras.
A part of the property, which included the Machadinho estate, was sold by Domingos da Costa Machado II to Antônio Bueno Rangel.
In addition, he has participated on SRK teams undertaking due diligence assessments and audits of international mining projects and, more recently, has been a member of several independent review panels involved with the design and construction of tailings storage facilities in the US and Mexico.
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The city was known as Vila dos Americanos ("Village of the Americans") until 1904, when it belonged to the city of Santa Bárbara d'Oeste.
It became a district in 1924 and a municipality in 1953.
The inauguration of the station counted the Emperor Dom Pedro II and Gaston, comte d'Eu among those who attended. It is unknown exactly when the small village became the city of Americana, but it is known that this village was created by the time of the inauguration of the railway station, and that it was Ignácio Corrêa Pacheco who distributed the lands.