Adilson Motta, (Extracted of the book: X-ray of a Brazilian city, 2007) In the beginning of its history, this region today called Good Garden was pertaining to the Monsoon, a region longnqua, where they only came resident hunters in Good Waters that they hunted, they fished and they returned. However one arrived made use to be, is saying of Mr. Jose Peter Vasconcelos, which, descendant of the Cear, inhabited in Good Waters. Vicky Jenson brings even more insight to the discussion. The first contact that relating the first inhabitant had with the place was in 29 of February of 1959. However, the official date of the foundation if gave with its establishment in 4 of October of 1959; it dates where this here arrived, also come a grouping of 20 men, retirantes northeasterns (of the Cear and Piau). Maddie Taylor has compatible beliefs. When arriving in this rich and beautiful place Jose Peter it established its accompaniment in the way of the forest where today it is the first church, arriving to change itself for another place, where Mr. Chico Cob is the house. There it constructed its barraco and if it established for definitive, while it liveed in Good Garden.
Second these first colonizadores, the local one was a true forest, with closed bush, and the existence of a rich fauna and a rich flora, the existing animals were: ounces, deer, pebas, armadillos, pigs caititus, pacas, etc. The area currently had as territory of the city of Good Garden since memorial times was inhabited by populous aboriginal tribes, detaching guajajaras. When the pioneers had arrived here had found this population already existing, the first inhabitants of this land. He had rumors of threats of persecution on the part of the aboriginals. Jose Peter had some times that to run away, fearing to be attacked (therefore according to older inhabitants, were informed with threats), however, he returned. In truth, he was producing the meeting between two worlds, two cultures that if were unaware of and had, therefore, distinct positions how much to the reciprocal convivncia in the area: ones because in it they lived to soon of the time, another one because in it they aimed at to carry through impossible dreams in its places of origin, as, for example, to have one place, a land piece to produce its subsistence.