De La Contamine qui descendit l’Amazone en jusqu’à Henri Coudreau « Dernier explorateur de la Guyane», ces aventuriers étaient aussi des. Henri Anatole Coudreau, dernier explorateur français en Amazonie: une première biographie by Sébastien Benoit(Book); Viagem à Itaboca e ao. This paper addresses the works of Henri Coudreau, a little-known French Keywords: Coudreau, tropicality, anarchism, explorations, postcolonial studies.
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Henri Coudreau – Wikipedia
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Volume 3 Franz Bopp. Illustrations, meteorological tables, and vocabularies of indigenous languages demonstrate Coudreau’s wide-ranging interests and observations and his rigorous approach to data collection.
In this magisterial two-volume work, Coudreau describes the history of French settlement and rule in Guyana, and its people, flora and fauna, drawing particular attention to the natural resources ready to be exploited in the region.
Voyage Au Tapajoz – 28 Juillet 1895-7 Janvier 1896 … (English, French, Paperback)
Coudreau’s record remains a valuable resource for scholars of Native American languages and their history. Part 2 Alfred William Howitt. Their first expedition in ended tragically, as detailed in the book Voyage au Trombetas begun by Henri Coudreau.
Aided by his traveling companions, she made a coffin from the planks of the boat and prepared a burial on a promontory overlooking Lake Tapagem.
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This book describes the region’s distinct eco-system and its warrior-like indigenous peoples.
This French biographical article is a stub. It records the impact of colonialism in South America on native communities now irrevocably altered, and is also important for its early account of the newly declared republic of Counani, a short-lived French-run nation state now part of Brazil.
Coudreau, Henri Anatole 1859-1899
This book describes the region’s distinct eco-system and its warrior-like indigenous peoples. Mais pourquoi n’y suis-je point encore? Ce premier voyage se termine tragiquement. Suffering from malarial fever, coudreu died in his wife’s arms on 10 November From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Volume 2 is an account of Coudreau’s travels, mapping and describing remote areas on behalf of the colonial administration.
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En voici la raison: Plusieurs fois, il me demanda du lait. Description First published in Paris inthis book describes the expedition to the Xingu River in the Amazon region of Brazil by the French scientist and explorer Henri Coudreau.
Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Views Read Edit View history. Voyage au Tapajoz, 28 juillet janvier by Henri Anatole Coudreau Book 15 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by 79 WorldCat member libraries worldwide In the first of three exploratory missions coudrfau the Amazon basin, the Voudreau explorer, geologist, and scholar Henri Coudreau spent nearly seven months on the Tapajoz river, from 28 July to 7 January However, towards the end of his life he undertook several expeditions for the Brazilian government of the state of Para.
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