Indigenous peoples in Brazil
Indigenous peoples in Brazil (Portuguese: povos indígenas no Brasil), or Native Brazilians (Portuguese: nativos brasileiros), comprise a large number of distinct ethnic groups who inhabited wh...
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Hollow Earth: According to the Macuxi Indians of the Amazon There's An Entire World Inside Our Planet
There are strange things out there. The Macuxi Indians knew about the existence of the Hollow Earth nearly one hundred years ago. But are their legends true or are they another incredible story of fol...
Where Did The First Americans Come From? New Studies Offer Clues
A pair of studies seek to answer questions about the first inhabitants of the Americas: Where did they come from, and how did they get here? One study, published Tuesday in the journal Science, propos...
The Ashaninka, A Threatened Way of Life
The Ashaninka are one of the largest indigenous groups in South America, their ancestral homelands ranging from Brazil to Peru
Jesuit Reductions
A Jesuit reduction was a type of settlement for indigenous people in South America created by the Jesuit Order during the 17th and 18th centuries. The strategy of the Spanish Empire was to gather nati...
Jesuit Reductions - Wikipedia
Kayapo people
The Kayapo (Portuguese: Caiapó [kɐjɐˈpɔ]) people are indigenous peoples in Brazil, from the plain islands of the Mato Grosso and Pará in Brazil, south of the Amazon Basin and along Rio Xingu and its t...
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Xingu peoples
Xingu peoples are indigenous peoples of Brazil living near the Xingu River. They have many cultural similarities despite their different ethnologies. Xingu people represent fifteen tribes and all four...
Yanomami
The Yanomami, also spelled Yąnomamö or Yanomama, are a group of approximately 35,000 indigenous people who live in some 200–250 villages in the Amazon rainforest on the border between Venezuela and Br...
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Hollow Earth: According to the Macuxi Indians of the Amazon There's An Entire World Inside Our Planet
There are strange things out there. The Macuxi Indians knew about the existence of the Hollow Earth nearly one hundred years ago. But are their legends true or are they another incredible story of fol...
Rikbaktsa language
The Rikbaktsa language, also spelled Aripaktsa, Erikbatsa, Erikpatsa and known ambiguously as Canoeiro, is a language spoken by the Rikbaktsa people of the Mato Grosso, Brazil, that forms its own bran...
Rikbaktsa language - Wikipedia
Jamamadi
The Jamamadí, also called the Yamamadi, Kanamanti, Jeoromitxi, Kapaná, and Kapinamari, are an indigenous people who live in Acre and Amazonas, Brazil. They speak the Jamamadi language, part of the Ara...
Tucano people
The Tucano people (sometimes spelt Tukano) are a group of indigenous South Americans living in the northwestern Amazon, along the Vaupés River and the surrounding area. They are present in both Colomb...
Tucano people - Wikipedia
Kuikuro people
The Kuikuro are an indigenous ethnic group from the Mato Grosso region of Brazil. Their language, Kuikuro, is a part of the Karib language family. The Kuikuro have many similarities with other Xingu ...
Kuikuro people - Wikipedia
List of extinct indigenous peoples of Brazil
At the time of the discovery of Brazil by the Europeans, a total of 2,000 indigenous nations, divided into several thousands of tribes existed in Brazil. The total number of native tribes which inhabi...
List of extinct indigenous peoples of Brazil - Wikipedia
Ticuna people
The Ticuna (also Magüta, Tucuna, Tikuna, or Tukuna) are an indigenous people of Brazil, Colombia, and Peru. They are the most numerous tribe in the Brazilian Amazon.
Ticuna people faced violence f...
Ticuna people - Wikipedia
Cinta Larga people
The Cinta Larga (or Cinturão Largo) are a people indigenous to the western Amazon Rainforest of Brazil, numbering around 1300. Their name means "broad belt" in Portuguese, referring to large bark sash...
Tabajara people
[[Category:{{{topic}}} articles needing translation from Portuguese Wikipedia]]Tabajara Indians were one of the Tupi tribes of indigenous people who lived on the easternmost portion of the Atlantic co...
Tabajara people - Wikipedia
Kamayurá people
The Kamayurá are an indigenous tribe in the Amazonian Basin of Brazil. Their name is also spelled Kamayura and Kamaiurá; it means "a raised platform to keep meat, pots and pans." The Kamayurá languag...
Kamayurá people - Wikipedia
Kanoê people
The Kanoê (also as the Canoe, Kapixaná and Kapixanã) are an indigenous people of southern Rondônia, Brazil, near the Bolivian border. There are two major groups of Kanoê: one residing in the region of...
Wayana language
Wayana (Guayana) is a Cariban language spoken in the south and southeast of Surinam, French Guiana, and Brazil.At the 1980 census, approximately 750 people spoke Wayana.There are two kinds of verbs: a...
Enawene Nawe
The Enawené-Nawé are an indigenous people of Brazil, who live by fishing and gathering in start of Mato Grosso state. They live in a large village near the Iquê River in the Enawenê Nawê Indigenous La...
Araweté people
The Araweté people (also Araueté or Bïde) are an indigenous people of Brazil. They are hunter-gatherers.
They live on the Igarapé Ipixuna, a tributary of the Xingu River, near Altamira and have on...
Araweté people - Wikipedia
Guató people
The Guató are a nomadic Native American tribe of South America that live along the Paraguay River, along the border of modern-day Brazil and Bolivia. They aided the Brazilians in the war with Paragua...
Xingu National Park
The Xingu National Park (Parque Nacional Xingu) (pronounced [ʃĩˈɡu]) is a national park created in 1961 in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. Its purposes are to protect the environment and the indigen...
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Metyktire people
The Metyktire is a native people who live on the Menkregnoti reservation in the Amazon basin. They are estimated to have about 87 members. They were discovered in May 2007 when two tribesmen entered ...
Akawaio people
The Akawaio are an indigenous people who live in Roraima (Brazil), Guyana, and Venezuela.They are one of several closely related peoples called Ingarikó and Kapon.
Akawaio people - Wikipedia
Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau
The Uru-Eu-Uaw-Uaw are an indigenous people of Brazil, living in the state of Rondônia. They live in six villages on the borders of Terra Indigena Uru-Eu-Uaw-Uaw, which is shared by three sub-groups, ...