1900 in Brazil
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|1900 in Brazil|
21 stars (1889–1960)
|Timeline of Brazilian history|
|First Brazilian Republic|
Events in the year 1900 in Brazil.
- 30 January - Luis Gálvez Rodríguez de Arias is restored to the governorship of Acre.
- 15 March - The Brazilian government sends troops to arrest rebel leader Luis Gálvez Rodríguez de Arias and restore the "Republic of Acre" to Bolivia.
- 3 June - Priest and inventor Landell de Moura publicly demonstrates a radio broadcast of the human voice.
- 11 August - The football club Associação Atlética Ponte Preta is founded.
- November - An attempt is made to create a Second Acre Republic with Rodrigo de Carvalho as president; it fails.
- Joaquim Nabuco - Minha formação (autobiography)
- Heitor Villa-Lobos - Panqueca
- 15 March - Gilberto Freyre, sociologist, anthropologist, historian, writer, painter, journalist and congressman (died 1987)
- 11 April - Teóphilo Bettencourt Pereira, footballer (died 1988)
- 4 June - Alfredo Le Pera, journalist, dramatist and lyricist (died 1935)
- 11 July - Filinto Müller, military-associated politician (died 1973)
- October 9 - Ismael Nery, artist
- 18 May - Karl von Kraatz-Koschlau, German geologist (born 1867; yellow fever)
- date unknown - Soto Grimshaw, Argentine explorer of the Amazon region of Brazil (born 1833)
- Márcio Souza, Galvez – Imperador do Acre (1976)
- Paul Elliman, "Voices falling through the air", Journal of Conservation & Museum Studies. Accessed 22 December 2013
- "Acre Seeks Recognition: New South American Republic Sends a Minister to This Country," New York Times, Nov 24, 1900, p 1
- "A Short-Lived Republic: Acre, the Land of Rubber, No Longer a Separate Country," New York Times, Nov 30, 1900, p 1
- (in Portuguese) Filinto Müller Biography at CPDOC FGV
- Museu Paraense de História Natural e Ethnography Archived 2012-06-10 at the Wayback Machine.
- The American naturalist, Volume 34 by American Society of Naturalists
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