Introduction At the beginning of century XX, in 1929 appears the School of the Analles, established for the French historians Lucien Frebve and Marc Bloch with intention to construct a new to look at on history. Thus, new boardings had constituted a new make of history as: history of the cities, history of practical the popular groups and the history of the cultural ones. From these innovations, it is possible to take the fair of Major Prates as object of historical research, since the same one is a social manifestation that conjugates economic interests, cultural politicians and. In this perspective, the present research will occupy in analyzing the popular and regional cultural habits, constituted in the fair of street that occurs to the sundays in the quarter of Major Prates, in city Clear the Mount, since 1985, having as founding the agricultural producers that, migram for the city to the sundays, in intention to commercialize the typical agricultural products of the region. We establish as secular clipping the period of 2005 the 2010. To the sundays the agriculturists, craftsmen small traders if dislocate for the city in search of an alternative income, through the commercialized regional products, as for example: agricultural products, fruits of the open pasture, typical foods and drinks and the artesanato, disclose the identity regional. The problem that guided the inquiry consists of understanding which is the benefits, proceeding from the fair of the Quarter Major Prates it stops with the urban and agricultural way of the Clear Mount city.
This article has as objective, to analyze the fair as a space of economic and cultural exchanges, place where if it daily constructs the memory of the involved citizens in it, feirantes and frequentadores. Analyzing it as a space of agricultural linking between and the urban one. The fair of Major Prates is important, therefore with passing of the time the same one comes improving the economy of the agricultural population, thus preventing the agricultural exodus, and in what it corresponds to the urban sector, it contributes with the generation of income to the traders of quitutes and artesanato.