“Brave settlers slashed through the thickness of the Amazon Forest using only machetes and hatchets, and making way for the few natives to build and grow their crops near the Madeira River. Mud huts eventually turned into solid brick homes. After years of deforestation under the unforgiving heat and humidity, the small town of Humaitá was established in 1890. Nearly sixty years later, my missionary grandparents were the first in my family to discover this little town tucked away in the vast state of Amazonas, Brazil.”
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