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Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919).  Through the Brazilian Wilderness.  1914.

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Appendix C.

My Letter of May I to General Lauro Muller
 
  THE first report on the expedition, made by me immediately after my arrival at Manaos, and published in Rio Janeiro upon its receipt, is as follows:
MAY 1st, 1914.
  TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE MINISTER OF
  FOREIGN AFFAIRS,
  RIO-DE-JANEIRO.
  MY DEAR GENERAL LAURO MULLER:
  I wish first to express my profound acknowledgments to you personally and to the other members of the Brazilian Government whose generous courtesy alone rendered possible the Expedicao Scientifica Roosevelt-Rondon. I wish also to express my high admiration and regard for Colonel Rondon and his associates who have been my colleagues in this work of exploration. In the third place I wish to point out that what we have just done was rendered possible only by the hard and perilous labor of the Brazilian Telegraphic Commission in the unexplored western wilderness of Matto Grosso during the last seven years. We have had a hard and somewhat dangerous but very successful trip. No less than six

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