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

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Monkeys, black howler, 76, 108; 114, 116; nocturnal, 121; 125, 245, 253; flesh of, good eating, 255, 305; fish eats, 320; 346

Montes, Captain Vicente, 32

Mongtevideo, 14

Moreno, Doctor Francisco P., extraordinary discoveries of, 27, 28; puma attacks, 29–32; Appendix A, 366

Mosquito-biers, 232

Mosquitoes, 103, 114, 118, 124; few, 162; absence of, 187; 233, 330

Motors, Appendix B, 373

Motor-trucks, 182, 186

Mountains, 302, 304

Mules, pack, 165, 174; 175, 186; weather exhausts, 204; loads for the, 214; weakness of, 214, 215; abandoned, 214, 231; pasturage for, 232, 233; loads for, Appendix B, 374

M¨ller, General Lauro, 8, 51, 188, 286; Colonel Roosevelt’s letter to, Appendix B, 393–395

Mundurucu Indians, 338

Museums, trained observers should be sent into wilderness by, 166

Music, 145, 206, 224, 225, 241

Mussurama, 15, 18–21; jararaca fights, 24–26

Natives, 138

Naturalists, outdoor, possibilities for useful work of, 74, 75, 93, 94; slight experience of big game possessed by most, 119, 120; ideal place for work of field, 124; museums should send into the wilderness trained, 166

Navaïté Rapids, 259–261

Nests, communal, 124; troupials’, 163

Nhambiquara Indians, 200; land of the, 208; 211; Colonel Rondon’s just treatment of the, 222; no wilder savages than the, 222; no wilder savages than the, 222; life and habits of, 222–224; improvised dance of the, 224; dog stolen by, 225; a visit from three, 229; former hostility of, 230; an encampment of, 240; their lack of clothing, 241; ornaments of, 244; probable strain of negro blood in, 244; archery of, 246; 258; the Natïté, a sub-tribe of the, 259

"Nips," a native hunter, 78

North, the call of the, 329

Nunlet, 169

Nuts, Brazil, 270, 300; crop of, fails, 335

Nuts, unwholesome, 324

Nyoac, the river boat, 98

Ocelot, 127, 128

Oliverira, Doctor Euzebio de, the geologist, 52, 188, 208, 234, 237

Onelli, Doctor, 32

Opossum, 99, 173

Orchids, 137, 155, 163; sobralia, 267

Orioles, wasps surround nests of, 102

Ornithology, Sclater and Hudson’s, 36

Osborn, Henry Fairfield, 3

Otter, 253

Outfit for South American wilderness, Appendix wilderness, Appendix B, 368–392

Outlook, The, 28

Overland trip begun, 165

Owl, Moses, the tame, 99, 162, 173

Ox-carts, 96, 97

Oxen, pack, 165; difficulty in loading, 174; clothes eaten by, 199; 205, 220; secure some fresh, 239; loads for, Appendix B, 374

Paca, 253, 266

Pacu, 283

Paddlers, 247, 250

Paixão (Paishon), 312; Julio kills, 313; burial of, 316; 394Paleontological knowledge, our present, 301, 365

Palms, nacury, 83; Dr. Rodriguez’s book on, 113; fig-trees kill, 149; wawasa, 150, 163; burity, 150, 253; boritana, 251; accashy, 265

"Pantanals," or swamps, 73

Paolistas, the, 217, 334

Papyrus swapmps, 138, 140

 

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