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Emu Man performs the Totem, in Oceania. With a head-dress representing the sacred totem of his group, this man is working magic that is to make emus abundant for the hunters of his tribe. - Emu Man performs the Totem, in Oceania. African Masks, African Art, Art Premier, Art Africain, Museum, African Culture, Aboriginal Art, People Of The World, World Cultures
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The Secret Museum of Mankind · Volume Five · Oceania · Page 28

Participants in the Ona rite, Tierra Del Fuego, c. Art Costume, Costumes, O Ritual, We Are The World, Tribal Art, Costume Design, Wearable Art, Fiber Art, Folk Art
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♪ A Mapuche photographed by Odber Heffer Bisset in Gaucho, Ancient Aliens, Rio Grande, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Famous Pictures, Berber, American Indian Art, First Nations
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Catálogo patrimonial - Los verdaderos símbolos patrios de Chile

Está página es una recopilación del patrimonio de Chile, clasificados en forma clara para su mayor comprensión, por ejemplo se muestran: los símbolos patrios, personas, animales, monumentos, estampillas, música, fotografías y muchas otras cosas más.

photographic print (black and white); Native American Art, American Women, South Of The Border, Argentine, Thinking Day, Folk Costume, Female Poses, People Of The World, Studio Portraits
Native American Art

photographic print (black and white); cabinet card | British Museum

Chile | Studio portrait of a young Mapuche woman posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; she wears a medella (coin-chain headdress), quipan (a square cloth, wrapped around the body), ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket), chaway (earrings), tupu (clothes pin), trapelakucha (pectoral pendant) | ca. 1890. Traiguen, Araucania

Sellos Selkman on Behance Southern Cone, Building For Kids, Pencil And Paper, Tribal Art, Figurative Art, Drawing S, Album Covers, Line Art, Chile
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Sellos Selkman

Serie de sellos de temática Selknam, en un diseño contemporáneo

Mapuche Machi is a shaman in the Mapuche culture, Chile in South America; and is also an important character and the Mapuche mythology. Shaman Woman, South America Map, Vintage Photographs, The Dreamers, Nativity, Illustrations, Patagonia, Indian Tribes, Drummers
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Forecasting rings for the frame-drums of the Nordic Sami shamans. Ringer som ble brukt til forutsigelser av samiske sjamaner. Johannes Scheffer: History of Lapland (1674) page 50 to 53

Sami God "Thor" = "Tiermes" page 38 In this link you can see other types of such forecasting rings used by the Sami and symbols of the Sami frame-drum: Shaman´s drum symbols in Scandinavia. I denne linken kan du se andre typer ringer for forutsigelser brukt av samene i Norden og Russland. Linken viser også symboler på trommene. www.thuleia.com/shamandrum.html Source book for picture: www.nb.no/utlevering/nb/2a8749b45f3ddf4835d99b64b2dd1c9c#...

Photograph (black and white); a head and shoulders studio portrait of Mapuche woman; she wears a trarilanko (headband), medella (coi. Native American Art, American Indians, Patagonia, Argentine, Chili, Women In History, Studio Portraits, World Cultures, British Museum
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photographic print (black and white); cabinet card | British Museum

Chile | Studio photograph for a Mapuche woman. Traiguen, ca. 1890 || Photographer Milet Ramírez, Gustavo.

Cabinet Card made by: Heitmuller & Pagnard, Traiguen Chile. Handwritten caption: "Indienne portant un enfant" [Indian woman carrying a child] Certainly she is a Mapuche Indian. Geronimo, Creepy Images, Native American Indians, Native Americans, We Are The World, Mother And Child, First Nations, Tribal Art, South America

Mapuche Woman and Child

Cabinet Card made by: Heitmuller & Pagnard, Traiguen Chile. Handwritten caption: "Indienne portant un enfant" [Indian woman carrying a child] Certainly she is a Mapuche Indian.

Just like Africans, Native Americans were stolen from their land and taken to Human Zoos in Europe. These are Selknam natives en route to Europe for being exhibited as animals in Human Zoos, Human Zoo, Le Zoo, Interesting History, Interesting Photos, First Nations, World History, History Books, Historical Photos, Black History
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XERQ

XERQ is a dynamic engagement platform for real-time discussions.

Mapuche from Chile Chili, Patagonia, Water For Health, Tribal People, Historical Artifacts, First Nations, Tribal Art, Native American Indians, Traditional Dresses
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Mapuche from Chile

Mapuche indians from Chile American Indian Art, Native American, First Nations, Tribal Art, People Around The World, South America, Beautiful People, Photo Editing, Portrait
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Mapuche indians from Chile

Selk'Nam people being transported to the human zoo.

Selknam natives en route to Europe for being exhibited as animals in Human Zoos, 1899 - Rare Historical Photos

With the permission of the Chilean government in 1889, eleven Selk’nam natives including an 8-year-old were taken to Europe to be exhibited in Human Zoos. The Patagonian Indians were a…

Mapuches- No represion! = No repression!

Mapuches- No represion! = No repression!

Mapuche con sus hijas, - Mapuche mother with her daughters, 1902 Black White Photos, Black And White, Southern Cone, Patagonia, Australian Aboriginals, Melbourne Museum, Water For Health, Chili, Argentine
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Postal. Mapuche con sus hijas, 1902. - Mapuche mother with her daughters, 1902

 Selk'nam, c. Native American Photos, American History, Archery Tag, Southern Cone, Australian Aboriginals, Native American Genocide, Melbourne Museum, Archery Supplies, Patagonia
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