Lectures delivered by Colonel Candido Mariano da Silva Rondon, Chief of the Commission,: On the 5th, 7th, and 9th of October, 1915, at the Phennix ... Expedition and the Telegraph Line Commission ebook
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He was the first director of Brazil's Indian Protection Service or SPI (later FUNAI) and supported the creation of the Xingu National Park. The Brazilian state of Rondônia is named after him.
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In 1890, he was commissioned as an army engineer with the Telegraphic commission, and helped build the first telegraph line across the state of Mato Grosso.
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Rondon's name is attached to the telegraph service and indian protection. It describes the successes and the organization that was put together to build the telegraph and then moved on to occupation of lands after the end of telegraph building.
Candido Rondon was born in Cuiabá in the state of Mato Grosso on May 5, 1865. He became an expert on the vegetation and inhabitants of the Brazilian interior. He entered the army in 1881 and by 1890 was substitute professor of mathematics in the Praia Vermelha Military School in Rio de Janeiro. That year he accepted a post with the Telegraphic Commission, which was extending telegraph lines into the deep interior of Brazil.
Cândido Rondon, Brazilian explorer and protector of Indians. Alternative Title: Cândido Mariano da Silva Rondon. As a young soldier, he was assigned to extend telegraph lines into the Brazilian backlands. In 1913–14 he and . Cândido Rondon, (born May 5, 1865, Mimoso, near Cuiabá, Mato Grosso, Braz. died Jan. 19, 1958, Rio de Janeiro), Brazilian explorer and protector of Indians.