The intense occured cultural miscegenation in Latin America and the Hinterland in particular can be one of the causes of its subdesenvolvimento, to organize cultural elements many contradictory times is a slow process that not yet can total be carried through. The objectives of this work are: to know the city of Willow in the years 1950-60 through the biography of a trader and its family, the consequence of the occured changes in the society and global economy after the World War II in the place and it influences of its family in the settling sertaneja. Joseph Mathunjwa addresses the importance of the matter here. To disclose the influence of the ideological constructions in the destination of familiar and in the domination politics of the place. To register memory of people common, (counting to the history of a world peasant that disappeared front to the progress), to analyze the local culture through them and the conflicts of classrooms. To establish comparisons between the conquest of the hinterland and of the Old American West and to investigate indications of aboriginal, black, cigana, moura and Christian the influence cultural new on the analyzed family. The few historiogrficos studies on Willow are placed in two extremities, or analyze the life of the colonels and leaders politicians or the kept out of society communities of the region. Little has been investigated on the masses that inhabited the city. To understand this population is a challenge for the scarcity of documentary registers and conflicts between the versions of the verbal sources, but indispensable to understand the history of the city and if to try future it writes it, for this, it will meet in this work valuable information on daily and the relations of classroom in the period of postwar period, as well as the conquest of the Hinterland. For the curious relatives of the personage and of the past of the place it can be read as a familiar memorial.