Maria Bonita fotografada por Benjamin Abrahão - Cangaço - Nordeste - Brasil
Vendedores de jornal. Rio de Janeiro, 1895. Foto de Marc Ferrez.
Alberto Henschel, Rio de Janeiro 1860s
Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, o Lampião,Captain" Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, better known as Lampião (more archaic spelling 'Lampeão', Portuguese pronunciation: [lɐ̃piˈɐ̃w], meaning "lantern" or "oil lamp"), was the most famous bandit leader of the Cangaço. Cangaço was a form of banditry endemic to the Brazilian Northeast in the 1920s and 1930s. Lampião's exploits turned him into a 'folk hero', the Brazilian equivalent of Jesse James.
Locomotiva na estrada de ferro Rio-Minas, em 1880. Marc Ferrez