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Work Bearing on the Indians of South America
Geographical Features of the Continent
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Amazon region animals Araucanians Arawaks Argentina arrows Ashluslay Atsahuaca Aymara Aymara and Quechua Bandelier baskets Bolivia bone Botocudo Caraja Carib Chacobo Chane chieftain Chile Chiriguano Choroti civilization Clay vessel coast of Peru coca Colombia common continent copper cultivated cultural elements developed Discovery eastern Bolivia Ecuador Ehrenreich especially ethnographic Europeans example feathers Figure fish forests Gallardo Goajiro Gran Chaco graves groups Guarani hunting huts implements important Inca Empire Indian culture Indian tribes Indianlif Indians of Guiana Indians of South Jivaro Karl v.d. Steinen kind Koch-Griinberg Lake Titicaca live llama manioc Mataco material medicine Mojos Mundurucu Nordenskiold Collection North northern Argentina northwestern Brazil Orinoco ornaments Patagonia Peruvian coast plants poison pottery pre-Columbian primitive probably Quechua Rio Xingu rivers Siriono South America South American Indians stone axes Tehuelche Thurn Tiahuanaco Tierra del Fuego unknown Venezuela White wide distribution women wood wooden Yahgan Yuracare