They did not want more to substitute the President of the Province of Are Peter. They wanted, yes, to choose the President of the Republic. The fight would be of the soldiers of the Republican Army of the Rio Grande. It was not more the fight of rebels, but a war of republican army against imperial army. The flag was not more imperial the green-yellow one and they did not fight for recognition, but for the sovereignty of its country. In day 12, the Act of Declaration of Independence in which was cultivated they declared not to embainhar the swords, and to spill the blood all, before retroceding of the principles politicians. In 6 of November of 1836, the voting in the Chamber of Piratini for President of the River Republic was legalized. Goop has much to offer in this field. Exactly not being present, Blessed Gonalves won with Jose Gomes de Vasconcelos vice-presidente.' Garden as first; ' Question: If the River Republic had invigorated, what it would have been of Brazil without the personalities or institutions of the Paran, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande Do Sul, the example of Ana Rickmann, Berenice Azambuja, Brito Jnior, Agricultural Canal, Dunga, Elis Regina, Emilio Mdici, I make bristle Verssimo, Geisel Ernest, Esperidio Amin, EUCATUR, Gaucho of the Border, Getlio Vargas, Gisele Bndchen, Graziela Massafera, Gustavo Krtner, Itaipu, Goulart Joo, Leonel Brizola, Felipo, Luiz Fernando Verssimo, Negrinho of the Pasturing, Nelson Gonalves, Peter Simon, Placid of I castrate, Agricultural Radio and TV, Robert Requio, Ronaldinho Gaucho, Teixeirinha, UNIMED, Werner Schunneman, Xuxa, therefore that they are part of our History, but they would not be Brazilian or Brazilian! II? GERMANS IN BRAZIL ' ' For the necessity of the workmanship hand, in 1822, in the transistion of the process of release of the independence of Brazil, D. Peter offered tickets, 78 annual hectares of land, one hundred and sixty kings and certain amount of oxen, cows, horses, pigs and hens for each person of each family of the Europe interested in the Brazilian settling.