(ALBUQUERQUE; SON, 2006) Law Cotegipe Hail or of the Sexagenarians (1885): that he objectified to free the slaves from the 65 years, only that the majority of these did not reach this age and those that were in this etria band it would not have right to a retirement for the years of renderings of services, as well as, the government not it guarantee any advantages for a worthy end of life. (ALBUQUERQUE; SON, 2006) In 1855 the Advising Hail considered that the slavery would be extinct in 14 years and that the state would pay small amounts for etrias bands of libertos slaves, for example, slaves between 20 and 30 years were valid 600 a thousand kings, already those with less than twenty years would be valid 1 story of kings (1 million) per item. This certainly was one form of the government to want to brighten up the damage that the great large estate owners would have when excusing the cheap man power, in other words interesting indemnity. (ALBUQUERQUE; SON, 2006). Law of the free Womb (1871): idealized for visconde of the Rio Branco, it considered that all son of slave born from that date was considered free, although many large estate owners to modify the date of births of its slaves, as well as placing them in charity institutions and these to be vendidos or simply the mothers of these would take care of of them until the eight years and its gentlemen opted in returning it in exchange for an indemnity or using the work of these until the twenty one year of age. (ALBUQUERQUE; SON, 2006) Golden Law (1888): the slavery in Brazil abolished definitively and its former-owners would not have right the any indemnities and all the blacks that were under regimen of the slavery, would have that impreterivelmente to be free from that date, as well as, these they were not more obliged to compactuar with captive situation which lived deeply almost per four centuries was.