Through the Wildernesses of Brazil by Horse Canoe and Float

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Author: Cook Azel

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ISBN: 1290977690

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Through the Brazilian Wilderness

... bedecked with flags, not only those of Brazil and the United States, but of all
the other American republics, in our honor. ... a party should attempt the long
wilderness march, through a country where there was not much food for man or
beast, ...

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Author: Theodore Roosevelt

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783732669189

Category: Fiction

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Reproduction of the original: Through the Brazilian Wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt

By Horse Canoe and Float Through the Wildernesses of Brazil Classic Reprint

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Author: William Azel Cook

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ISBN: 1331857260

Category: Social Science

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Excerpt from By Horse, Canoe and Float Through the Wildernesses of Brazil South America is a vast, unmeasured world where summer, like its rivers, goes on forever. It is a land of colossal, transfixed waves of mountains, hills and valleys; extensive plateaux; boundless, absolutely treeless and perfectly level plains, and fertile basins, where the luxuriant grasses are eternally green and water is ever abundant - the paradise of the stock raiser. It is a continent of stupendous wildernesses; vast, majestic, and impenetrable tropical forests, scraggy upland jungles, swamps and inundated lands - the eden of animate nature: of mighty rivers and innumerable minor streams, teeming with countless varieties of fish, mammals and reptiles: of great water falls, fearsome rapids, beautiful cascades, sparkling brooks and bubbling springs: of violent electrical storms and torrential rains, resplendent sunshine and enchanting moonlight, where "the heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament showeth his handiwork;" where, day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night showeth knowledge." - They speak without words. It is a world where, in the words of Mrs. Browning, "the earth is crammed with heaven, and every bush afire with God," but, only he who sees takes off his shoes. - A land where Nature's grand, universal band, composed of millions of pieces, forever sounds its melodious and enchanting music in praise of the wisdom, power, goodness and love of the Father of Lights - though only he who has ears to hear can hear - yet, it is a land where mankind is entombed in the abyss of ignorance and superstition. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

BY HORSE CANOE FLOAT THROUGH

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

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Author: William Azel Cook

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 1360589783

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The Statesman s Year book

Calvert ( A. F. ) , Mineral Resources of Minas Geraes . London , 1915 . Carvalho (
C. M. D. ) , Geographia do Brasil . 3rd . ed . Rio de Janeiro , 1927.Meteorologie
du Brésil . London , 1917 . Cook ( W. A. ) , Through the Wildernesses of Brazil by
 ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015019055998

Category: Political science

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Luis Carlos Prestes

With bushknife in hand , they cut their way through the green hell of the Brazilian
jungles . They tramped through pathless wildernesses , over the parched soil of
the tropics , through regions of terrible drought and feverspreading floods .

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ISBN: UTEXAS:059173023484910

Category: Brazil

Page: 37

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Catalog of the Latin American Collection

Through the wildernesses of Brazil by horse , canoe and float , by Willia Azel
Cook . New York , American tract society ( c1909 ) lp.t. , v , 487p . front . , plates ,
ports . Brazil Deser , rv . Castelnau , France , comte de , 1818–1880 . Expédition
dan ...

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Author: University of Texas at Austin. Library. Latin American Collection

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105117842885

Category: Latin America

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Union Catalog of the Graduate Theological Union

BV Cook , Walter L 4850 Daily life devotions for youth by , Walter L. Cook . New
C58 York , Association Press ( 1985 , LC Coll . 128 R 16 cm MN71 077 Cook ,
William Azel . By horse , canoe and float through the wildernesses of Sat Brazil ,
by ...

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Author: Graduate Theological Union. Library

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105116560637

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Brazil

The newest equipment which now serves Brazil Lovely Bidú Sayão is being
asked by Edward Johnson , ... Indeed , Theodore Roosevelt , in his “ Through
Brazilian Wildernesses , ” declared that " it is a valuable beverage ” . Franklin
Delano ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015035916793

Category: Brazil

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Piccadilly Series

28 1864 Inserted in the above interesting copy is Charles Darwin ' s review of the
work , reprinted from the Natural ... 48 6d 1915 854 COOK ( William Azel )
THROUGH the WILDERNESSES of BRAZIL by Horse , Canoe , and Float , with ...

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Mark Jefferson Geographer

Geoffrey J. Martin. APPENDIX B Book reviews by Mark Jefferson , published in
the Bulletin of the American Geographical Society , and the Geographical Review
. ... Through the Wildernesses of Brazil by W. A. Cook , XLIII , No. 4 , April , 1911 ...

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Author: Geoffrey J. Martin

Publisher: Ypsilanti, Mich. : Eastern Michigan University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015009293963

Category: JEFFERSON, MARK SYLVESTER WILLIAM,1863-1949

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The Works of Theodore Roosevelt Through the Brazilian wilderness

Every first - rate museum must still employ competent collectors ; but I think that a
museum could now confer most lasting benefit , and could do work of most
permanent good , by sending out into the immense wildernesses , where wild
nature ...

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Author: Theodore Roosevelt

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ISBN: UIUC:30112037640940

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Catalog of Luso Brazilian Material in the University of New Mexico Libraries

CARVALHO , CARLOS MIGUEL DELGADO DE , 1884 - Geografia regional do
Brasil para a quarta série ginasial . 5 . ed . São Paulo , Cia . Editora Nacional ,
1944 . 8635 . COOK , WILLIAM AZEL . Through the wildernesses of Brazil by
horse ...

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Author: University of New Mexico. Libraries

Publisher: Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173018035702

Category: Brazil

Page: 961

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Brazil and La Plata

intelligent host in his hours of leisure , in listening to his anecdotes and
reminiscences of life in Brazil . ... with Dr. Gardiner ; and gives details of
privations and hairbreadth escapes in wildernesses before untracked by man ,
and upon cliffs and ...

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Author: Charles Samuel Stewart

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ISBN: ONB:+Z227921301

Category: Brazil

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Crossing Three Wildernesses

On April 1 , 1975 , President Lon Nol , weakened by a stroke , and by then
without any remaining credibility as a ... A few months prior to this , the World
AntiCommunist League had held its conference in Brazil ; Chhay Yat and I were
the two ...

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Author: U Sam Oeur

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ISBN: UOM:39015062840692

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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"In Crossing Three Wildernesses, U Sam Oeur presents a detailed portrait of a twentieth century Cambodian life - a life that followed an incredible trajectory from his near-idyllic childhood to his years as a government official, from the devastating reign of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge to the subsequent Vietnamese takeover and postwar chaos. A witness personally touched by the three wildernesses - death by execution, death by disease, and death by starvation - U Sam Oeur emerged from the experience with his hope for peace, freedom, and the power of literature unshaken. As Oeur relates his attempts to serve his native land in a time of terrible crisis, he creates a stirring portrait of the people, the myths, and the traditions of this beautiful, complex country."--BOOK JACKET.