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

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Para, 344–347

Paraguay, 40; language and people of, 44–46; development ahead of, 46; military service introduced in, 47, 48

Paraguay, the, 7–9, 39 et seq.; early knowledge of, 57; American flag first seen on the upper, 60; 98; renewed ascent of, 121; junction of São Lourenço and, 123; 189, 337

Paran&á, 32, 34

Parecís, Antonio, 148, 152–154, 250, 266, 279, 283

Parecís Indians, 193, 196, 197; extraordinary game of football played by, 197–199; Colonel Rondon holds a council with the, 200; settlement of, 201–203; presents for the, 206; dance of the, 206, 207; ferry run by, 210

Parecís plateau, 179

Park, Mungo, 189

Patagonia, 27

"Pateran," 258

Peccary, white-lipped, 79, 92, 109, 117, 146, 148, 152–155, 346

Peckolt, Doctor, Appendix B, 381

Peons, 50, 69, 74

Pescada, 323

Photographic supplies, Appendix B, 390–392

Pineapples, 187; wild, 299

Pioneers, 332–334

Pipes, natives dance to, 206

Piraiba, 320, 321

Piranha, or cannibal fish, 42–44; stories of attacks by, 52–54; Miller’s study of, 64, 65, 88; dogs’ tails bitten off by, 137; 288; flesh of, good eating, 300; 321–323; attack Cherrie, 341

Plan Alto, the, 123, 174; healthy region of, 179–181; 182; singular topographical feature of, 238

Plantains, or pacovas, 179, 267

Portages, 257, 260, 261, 282, 301, 303, 304, 318, 319, 321, 323

Porto Campo, 136, 144, 145

Porto Martinho, 55

Positivists, the, 51

Pranchas, native trading-boats, 136, 164

Provisions, 6, 42, 160; tin cases of, 170; loss of ferry-load of, 229, 247, 248; half supply of, consumed, 297; Fiala’s suggestions for, Appendix B, 377–382

Puma. See Cougar

Puma-skin helmet, 230

Pyrineus, Lieutenant, 53, 270, 271, 285, 297, 339–341

“Queixa,” the, 146

Quinine, 282

Rain, severe storm of, 110; beginning of rainy season, 112, 113; forty-eight hour fall of, 116, 117; 179, 190, 203, 205; difficulties of travelling in rainy season, 221; 226, 227, 235, 236, 254, 291; end of rainy season, 306; 330

Rainey, Paul, hounds used by, 119

Ramsey, 126

Ranches, 125, 161–166

Rapids, 164; a mishap in the, 221; form serious obstacle, 257; 258, 262, 282, 331, 264–266, 268; Broken Canoe, 269; 273–284, 292–297, 299–304; time spent in going through, 306; note on, 307; 308–310, 318, 319, 321–324; Panela, 331; Inferno, 335; Infernino, 337; Carupanan, 337; last of the, 339

“Regional Volunteers,” 269

Regions, healthy, 195, 203; enter wilder, 208; rich and fertile, 298, 299; beautiful, 322

Reinisch, Colonel Rondon’s taxidermist, 113, 234

Religions, 5, 57–59; need for churches of all, 58, 59; liberty for all, 59

Rheas, ostriches, 180

Ribeiro, Miranda, 270

Rickard, Tex, 41, 46

Rifles, 5, 211, 234, 276; Appendix B, 369, 382

Riis, Jacob, 27

Rio Branco, 331, 350

Rio Cardozo, 319, 327, 335

 

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