The Unwritten Alliance: Rio-Branco and Brazilian-American Relations

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INDEX
Abranches, Dunshee de, 53, 148, 164, 176
Acre, 42-47, 93-95, 201, 219; dispute with Bolivia, 76-86passim, 90, 114, 171, 183
Agadir Incident, 103
Alberdi, Juan Batista, 94
Albuquerque, Joaquim Arcoverde de, 50
Alcorta, José Figueroa, 184
Aldrich, Nelson Wilmarth, 66
Alexander III, Czar of Russia, 28
Alsop Company, 136-39 passim, 140, 179, 189
Alves, Constâncio, 32, 68, 69
Amapá, 32, 33, 85
Amazonas, 11-12
Amazon River, 11, 45, 80, 82, 83
American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil, 74
American Illusion, The (Prado), 61
Andrade, Baron Aguiar de, 30
Andrade, Neves, 25
Anthonard, Baron d', 197
Aragão, Moniz de, 53
Aramayo, Félix, 76
Aranha, José Pereira da Graça, 19, 98, 102-3, 176
Argentina, 1, 16, 22, 30, 33, 42, 50, 52, 55, 85, 88-90, 108, 120-22, 143, 144, 151, 153, 154, 155, 169, 181- 87, 188, 190, 198, 208, 209
Arquivo do Barão do Rio-Branco, 27
Assis, Machado de, 19
Assis Brasil, J. F., 44, 51, 53, 77-79, 82, 83, 84, 90-97, 157
Asunción, 158, 175
Azambuja, Graciano de, 31
Bahia, 7, 15, 16, 22
BaltimoreSun, 104
Barbosa, Rui, 15, 54, 133, 141, 168, 239, 242, 255; and Hague Conference, 116-31 passim, 172
Barreto, Lima, 19
Barreto, Mena, 18
Belgium, 127
Bennett, Frank, 196
Berlin, 103-4
Bernárdez, Manuel, 56
Bernhardt, Sarah, 52
Beviláqua, Clovis, 148
Bezzi, Guido, 27
Bilac, Olavo, 19
Blaine, James G., 108, 156
Bogotá, 50
Bolivar, Simon de, 183
Bolivia, 42-46, 48, 76-86passim, 108, 136, 171, 191, 204
Bolivian Syndicate, 76-78, 81-83, 95, 132, 136, 150
Braga, João Evangelista, 19
Brazil and Bolivia Boundary Settlement, 84
Brazil and Peru Boundary Question (Moore), 94

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