Brazilian Culture: An Introduction to the Study of Culture in Brazil

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1. Paraná Curiaú (Rio Negro) . Thick forest along the river: islands with lagoons and lakes. Alexander Hamilton Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate XV.
2. Dense vegetation, characteristic of the islands of the lower Rio Negro. Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate XXIII.
3. Lower Rio Negro. Trunks and branches that have fallen as a result of erosion by the water. Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate XXV.
4. Maloca Shiriana, in the narrow waterway Linepenone (Uraricuera). Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate LXXIII.
5. View from above of the gorge of Kulaihia, looking southwest. Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate XC.
6. Stretch of the Amazon River, near Faro. Photo by Rembrandt.
7. Stretch of the Amazon River, near Faro. Photo by Rembrandt.
8. Stretch of the Amazon River, near Faro. Photo by Rembrandt.
9. Grove of carnauba trees in Parnaíba. Photo by Rembrandt.
10. Two juazeiro trees -- trees which resist the longest droughts. Landscape in Piauí. Photo by O. Domingues, in Travel in Brazil, Vol. II, No. 2, p. 20.
11. Canal of Iuna, near Belém, Pará. A narrow waterway. Photo by Rembrandt.
12. Grove of carnauba trees. Photo by Rembrandt.
13. Cactus, plant characteristic of the region of the Northeast. Photo by the Department of Agriculture, Brazil, in Travel in Brazil, Vol. II, No. 2, p. 19.
14. Black sand beach, in Natal. Photo by Rembrandt.
15. The peak of Jaraguá, in the state of São Paulo.
16. Mountains dividing So Paulo from Minas. São Bento do Sapucaí. Photo by ENFA.
17. Organ Range, seen from upper Teresópolis. Photo by Torri Macchi, in central collection of photographs of the National Council of Geography.
18. River Paraíba, near Taubaté, state of São Paulo. Photo by ENFA.
19. Point Juréia. Iguape, state of Soã Paulo. Photo by ENFA.
20. Iguassú, or Santa Maria, Falls. Iguassú River. Photo by Touring Club, in central collection of photographs of the National Council of Geography.
21. Mayongong Indian, hunting. Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate CXV.
22. Young Mayongong Kujumá Indian, armed with bow and arrows. Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate CXIV.
23. Tucan chief of the region of the Rio Negro. Photo by Ethnography Department of the College of Philosophy of Sáo Paulo.
24. Cabin of Makú Indians in Tokixima. Rice, Exploration en Guyane Brésilienne, Plate CXXX.
25. Parintintim Indian of the Madeira River. Photo from Ethnography Department of the College of Philosophy of São Paulo.
26. "Mestizo," oil painting by Cândido Portinari. Property of the Pinacoteca of São Paulo.
27. "Big house" of the Magaipe sugar plantation, built in the seventeenth century. Drawing by Manuel Bandeira.
28. "Manioc Mill," oil painting by Eugênio Brocos. Photo by Rembrandt.

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