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

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Boats, house, 102; their use as stores, 102

Bonofacio, José, station of, 134, 243–246; provisions left at, 247

Books, 162, 228, 229, 247, 267; of travel, Appendix A, 356, 357

Booth Line, 344

Borah, Jake, 119

Brazil, invitation of Government of, 2; arrival at boundary of, 49, 50; intellectual and spiritual liberty of, 51; healthiness of inland region of, 103; invaluable reports of explorations published by Government of, 135; educational needs of, 157; silver-mounted saddle and bridle presented to Colonel Roosevelt by Government of, 170; suggestion to combine the two expeditions made by Government of, 188; first explorers of, 189; houses of laborers in, 196; healthy region for settlement offered by high interior of western, 216; change of family names in, 291; courtesy of peasants of, 325; “last frontier” still exists in, 333; development of, 334; Government of, orders Dúvida River to be named Rio Roosevelt, 341; achievements of Government of, 348, 349; Colonel Rondon’s report of Savage Landor to Government of, Appendix A, note, 359–361

Brazil, Doctor Vital, 14–23, 42, 291

Brazil Land and Cattle Company, headquarters of, 125–127

Bridge, an Indian, 255

Bronx Zoo, 346

Bryce, James, 177; Appendix A, 354

Buenos Aires, 9, 32

Bullets, umbrella-pointed, 141

Bullock-train, 220

Butterflies, 168, 235

Burity River, camp at, 210–212

Burton, 355

Caboclos, 106, 193, 243

Caetano, Lieutenant, 188

Caeté flags, 108

Cajazeira, Doctor, 171, 189, 208, 282, 291, 313, 317, 321, 328; good-by to, 345

Camaradas, 106; skilful riding of, 107; 117–119, 139; wilderness work disliked by, 159; 250, 260, 268, 282; discouragement of, 307; tragedy among the, 311–317; fever among, 318; share food with, 323; lose strength, 328; ill from over-eating, 334; parting gift to, 344

Camp chairs and table, Appendix B, 368

Campos Novos, 233–235

Canja, 170, 235

Canoes, 138; Canadian, 138, 170; 247, 249; portaging the, 260, 261, 267, 268; loss of two, 269; building new, 270–273; 274; lose another, 280; 281; build two more, 287; 301–304; rocks break, 306; 307–310, 321–323, 331; obtain boat to replace, 337; 338; two months in, 339; last trip in, 342; Appendix B, 368, 370–373

Canum&á River, 262, 298, 338

Capricorn, Tropic of, 40

Capybaras, or tapirs, 80–82, 85, 86, 88–90, 111, 117

Cardozo, Captain, 159

Caripe, Senhor, 337; his stories of rubber-workers, 338; 340, 342

“Carregadores,” 191, 256, 288

Cartucho, the puppy, 192

Carvings, rock, 300

“Cashada,” the Brazilian name for peccary, 146, 148

Castanho, the, 325–327, 340

Cataracts, 319

Catfish, 320

Cattle, 72; jaguars attack, 86; branding of, 95, 96; regions of extraordinary possibilities for raising, 124, 126, 156

Caymans, 40, 44, 54, 59; jacarés, usual name for, 66, 67; 85; interesting incident of truculence of, 88, 89; astonishing tameness of, 113, 321

Centiped, 311

Chaco, the, 32, 40, 41

Chapadão, 216, 235, 237, 348

Chapman, Frank, 2, 3

Chasm, a, 308

Cherrie, George K., 3–5, 10, 40, 63, 99, 102, 153; good citizenship of, 156, 157; good work done by, 166; 173; widely varied experiences of, 184, 185, 186, 205, 208, 210, 214, 217. 218; interesting tales told by, 227, 228; 234, 240, 237, 248, 253, 255, 263, 266, 278, 280–282; home life of, 294; helpfulness of, 305, 306; 310, 313, 317, 319, 321, 328, 329, 334, 339; piranha attacks, 341; friendship inspired by, 342; 347, 357

Cherrie River, 302

Chile, 9

Cicadas, 65, 66

 

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