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Miguel Sutil de Oliveira was a Brazilian pioneer from Sorocaba, São Paulo, the eighteenth century, son of Sebastian Sutil de Oliveira and Maria Fernandez. Found in 1722, mining gold on the edge of the stream of Prainha, in Mato Grosso, Brazil, near what is now the Church of Nossa Senhora do Rosário e São Benedito (Cuiabá), establishing there a small mine which soon grows due to the large displacement of both the fork and other regions. Several monsoons begin to supply the region. The work was performed primarily by slaves and free men. From the banks of the Cuiabá River, began exploring the region where the city of Cuiabá began. Silva Leme describes his family in volume 1, page 59 in front of their "Paulistana Genealogy". These gold mines were initially known as "pits of Subtle" and then mine the "Senhor Bom Jesus do Cuiabá", discovered by chance by the indians in the camp of Miguel Sutil. Mines of Cuiabá attracted adventurers from various regions, most obviously those of the captaincy of São Vicente. They were mainly miners, cowboys and monçoeiros, all in search of quick riches. The Lavras do Subtle, is currently the District Chest in downtown Cuiabá. Their remains together as the pioneer of Pascoal Moreira Cabral Leme are buried in the crypt of the Cathedral Church of the "Senhor Bom Jesus do Cuiabá". External Links Paulistana Genealogy, v. 1, pp. 48-91.[dead link] This Brazilian biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e