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

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Fort Bourbon, 57

França, the cook, ghostly belief of, 314

Franco, Ricardo, 189, 190, 219

Frogs, peculiar cries of, 210, 236

Fungi, 168

Game, big, inadequate knowledge of life histories of, 119, 120

Gauchos, 95, 96

Geographer, work of field, in South America, Appendix A, 353, 354

Geological structure of land, 237

Goff, Johnny, 119

Gopher rat, 245, 246

Graves, forlorn, 203, 210, 231

Guaporé, the, 189

Guarany, 44–46

Guiana, 347

Gy-Paran&á, the, 134, 135; descent of the, 158; boat, men, and provisions lost ascending the, 159; 247, 270, 271, 348

Hammocks, Appendix B, 368, 374

Harper, Frank, 4, 5, 166; specimens and unnecessary baggage returned to New York in care of, 171

Haseman, John D., 177, Appendix A, 359–362; theories of, 363–367

Headball, 198, 199, 204

Head-nets, 212, 220, 232

Herford, Oliver, nonsense rhymes of, 197

Hoehne, the botanist, 172

Honey, 263

Honey-creeper, 237

Horses, 69, 76, curious relations of tapirs and, 147

Houses, native, 101, 132, 220, 233, 244

Huatsui, camp at, 212

Hudson, Mr., author of "Naturalist on the Plata," 29, 34, 87; Appendix A, 355

Humboldt, 356

Hunters, native, 78; one christened "Nips," 78; curious ignorance regarding habits of animals of native and other, 86; riding costume of, 149; lack of sense of direction of, 180

Huquen, Marcelino, 31

Huxley, 360, 367

Ibis, turtles’ nests plundered by, 103

Iguanas, 228

Indian mounds, 105

Indians, 49; civilization of tribes of, 52; fishing village of, 105; governmental treatment of the, 157; wages paid the, 193; Colonel Rondon’s treatment of the, 193; telegraph-line patrolled by, 194; huts of, 244; dog killed by, 279, 280; 286, 287

Insects, 40, 41; man’s worst animal foes, 41, 42; a menace to wilderness travel, 55; 69, 101; perpetuation of species of, 121; atrocious suffering caused by, 151; 175, 176; many queer, 183; 193, 211, 212; torments from, 232; danger from wild animals less than from, 232, 233; 259, 260, 262, 268, 272, 282, 306; festering wounds caused by bites of, 311; 330. See Mosquitoes, Flies, Wasps, Ants.

"Instituto serum-thérapico," 14

Irala, the Spanish explorer, 60

Itacoatiara, 320

Jabiru storks, 50, 66, 70, 93, 94; Fiala takes a moving picture of, 111; 155

Jacanas, 74

Jacaré-tinga. See Caymans.

Jacu, 263, 265, 269

Jacyparan&á, the, 271

Jaguar, 27, 32, 33, 55; hunt for, 79–85; cattle preyed on by, 85, 86; spears and rifles used in hunting, 105; unsuccessful hunt for, 117–119; melanism common among, 127; trees refuge of, 142; kills bullock, 344

Jaguarundi, 127

Jararaca, 12, 13, 21, 23; mussurama fights, 24–26; man bitten by, 54; 137; stories of, 227

 

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