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Learn more. Although lured by a love of gold, conjoined with a spirit of religious propagandism, the so called Conquistadores overran a large portion of both divisions of the continent, there were yet extensive tracts of each never entered, much less colonised, by them territories many times larger than England, in which they never dared set foot.
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Of such were Navajoa in the north, the country of the gallant Goajiros in the centre, the lands of Patagonia and Arauco in the south, and notably the territory lying between the Cordilleras of the Peruvian Andes and the rivers Parana and Paraguay, designated "El Gran Chaco. For the half dozen expeditions that have attempted its exploration, timidly entering and as hastily abandoning it, scarce merit consideration.
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And equally unsuccessful have been all efforts at religious propagandism within its borders. The labours of the padres , both Jesuit and Franciscan, have alike signally failed; the savages of the Chaco refusing obedience to the cross as submission to the sword.
Three large rivers the Salado, Vermejo, and Pilcomayo course through the territory of the Chaco; the first forming its southern boundary, the others intersecting it