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it will 2.Uruar, Memory of the People. The book of the Brother Lassalista WALDEMAR WOLLMANN, ' ' Uruar, Memory of povo' ' it very brings valuable information on the formation of the city, a workmanship of great importance for students, professors and leaderships that they desire to know more on this place and on the faced challenges for that if they had ventured in this enterprise the one that it nicknamed IT SETTLES, whose utopia to create a place to live and to educate the children, assuming the risk to survive on account proper, turned reality, an idea that if materialized for the faith, hope and devotion of its people. In this workmanship, WOLLMANN (1994: 177) make mention to the indians Plough and to the national repercussion of the contradictory politics of protection to the aboriginal foreseen in the Law n 61001 of 19 of December of 1973, showing that, at the same time that they placed Araras in the national media, they tore the road banishing these indians, separating them in two groups to the north and the south of the highway. The author, when he tells the Saga of the migrantes during the construction of the BR-230, cites the following one: ' ' The Transamaznica, when beaching a ship so vast extension of bush, almost 500 kilometers of Altamira the Itaituba, wants this to say of the river Xingu to the Tapajs, necessarily would have that to topar with aboriginal aldeamentos. Ebay takes a slightly different approach. These were Araras. Tatuavam in its faces. Currently, they are only two groups with approximately one hundred pessoas.' ' When dealing with education, in its book, WOLLMANN (1994: 20-29) it shows as it was the beginning in the city of Uruar. Account on the support of the International Lions for construction of the Melvin School Jones, therefore was to wait for the State the workmanship never would leave.