Urban Growth

The migration is a phenomenon that, since remote times, occurred with the calls primitive societies, therefore, the people migravam spontaneously, and, almost always, collectively for other territories to the search of new spaces to cultivate and to remove of the ground nourishing resources. In this context, the land had a value of use, indispensable factor to the survival human being. With the evolution and the consolidation in the way of capitalist production, the migratory causes start to be others. This because the land starts to have a new value, of exchange.

From then on the natural resources had started to be controlled, making it difficult the access for most of the population they. In the region North this fact with sufficient clearness from the decade of 1970 is perceived, when the Amaznia receives great leads of migrantes to the search of the ownership of the land. These adventurers who had come to the Paraense Southeast, not they had had its materialize desires, therefore, had found a strong control of the land, as much on the part of the State, as for other agents, such as: one who holds legal titles to property, squatters and indians. Thus, they had started to be part of the group of the excluded ones, directed to the urban centers, causing with this, the growth of the villages and cities southeastern Paraense, such which occurred in the city of Is Domingos of the Araguaia. Into this context, the change of agricultural Brazil for the urban industrial, according to Corra (1989), transformed and created a new dynamics in the process of production of the domestic territory, in which the Amaznia suffered the biggest modification amongst the Brazilian regions, therefore, it passed to be seen not more through images constructed for stories of researchers that considered this region, as: green hell, eldorado, lost paradise.