The Bandeirantes of Brazil

N.P. Macdonald explains how modern Brazil owes its extensive frontiers, and the discovery of many of its natural riches, to the journeys far inland, in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, of pioneers in search of slaves.

Domingos Jorge Velho, a notable bandeirante

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