Pedro I


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Pe·dro I

 (pā′drō, pĕ′dro͝o) 1798-1834.
Portuguese-born Brazilian political leader who declared Brazil's independence from Portugal in 1822. He served as Brazil's first emperor from 1822 until 1831, when he abdicated. He also served briefly as King Pedro IV of Portugal (1826).

Pedro I

(ˈpɛdrəʊ)
n
(Biography) 1798–1834, first emperor of Brazil (1822–31); son of John VI of Portugal: declared Brazilian independence (1822)
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San Pedro is situated in the middle of the finest country; and even now abounds again with animals; yet during the latter part of the "gran seco," live cattle were brought in vessels for the consumption of the inhabitants.
Don Pedro is less keen than his four-hoofed companero about the marvels of the megalopolis.
In the not-too-distant future, everyone will learn what we know already; San Pedro is a vibrant waterfront community with unique charm and hard-working individuals and families.