Carlos Fermín Fitzcarrald (1862 – 9 July 1897) was a Peruvian rubber baron from the city of Iquitos. He was of mixed Irish-American and Peruvian descent and he served as an inspiration for Werner Herzog's film Fitzcarraldo. Today the Carlos Fermín Fitzcarrald Province is named after him.
- Sevillano, Alfonso Cueva (2004). Diccionario histórico biográfico: peruanos ilustres (in Spanish). A.F.A. Editores Importadores. p. 222.
- Iquitosnews.com, The Myth of Fitzcarraldo