Representación de seres sobrenaturales durante la ceremonia del Hain. Selknam. Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1919-1923. En- “Los Indios de Tierra del Fuego- Los Selknam”. Martín Gusinde. Editorial C.A.E.A. 1982

Selk´nam People, Tierra del Fuego, Martín Gusinde - A Terra do Fogo (em…

Selk'nam natives on their way to Europe for being exhibited as animals in zoos. C. 1889

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

Selk'nam bodypainting - Ulen wind spirit). The Selk'nam or Ona people, and related tribes, were indigenous to inland Tierra del Fuego and southern mainland Patagonia. They were wiped out soon after the arrival of white missionaries & ranchers, mainly through disease but many were also hunted/murdered by ranchers whose sheep they stole.

Selk’nam, also known as the Onawo or Ona people are an indigenous people in the Patagonian region of southern Chile andArgentina, including the Tierra del Fuego islands.

Mujeres selk´nam, zona del lago K`ámi, Isla Grande, Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Alberto María De Agostini. 1915. “Fueguinos. Fotografías Siglos XIX y XX. Imágenes e Imaginarios del Fin del Mundo.”Margarita Alvarado, Carolina Odone, Pedro Mege. Editorial Pehuén. S/F.

Onas or Selknam People during the Hain Ceremony in Tierra Del Fuego Photos By Martin Gunside,

Hombre Selk’nam, ceremonia Hain, 1923

Martin Gusinde, Selk'nam man dressed for Hain Cerimony, 1923 - the Selk'nam were the indiginous people of Argentina and Chile and sadly eradicated by genocide

Representación del espíritu de Ketermen o recién nacido hijo de Hálpen. Iniciación adolescente Hain.  Representation of the spirit or Keternen or Xálpen newborn son. Hain ceremony (initiation of adolescents). Pueblo Selk'nam (Onas).  Foto: Martin Gusinde, 1923.

Selknam People during the Hain Ceremony in Tierra Del Fuego. Photo by German priest and anthropologist Martin Gusinde,

Old Photo of Selknam Mother and Child (1898 ) Note- The Selk'nam, also known as the Onawo or Ona people were an indigenous people in the Patagonian region of southern Argentina and Chile..Now they are extinct

Selknam (Ona) mother and child, The Selk'nam, also known as the Onawo or Ona people were an indigenous people in the Patagonian region of southern Argentina and Chile. Now, due to genocide by the Europeans, they are extinct.

Danza de la lluvia realizada durante la ceremonia del Hain. Selk´nam. Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1919-1923. En: “Los Indios de Tierra del Fuego: Los Selknam”. Martín Gusinde. Editorial C.A.E.A. 1982.

Danza de la lluvia realizada durante la ceremonia del Hain. Selk´nam. Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1919-1923. En: “Los Indios de Tierra del Fuego: Los Selknam”. Martín Gusinde. Editorial C.A.E.A. 1982.

The Selk’nam people or Ona’s from Tirerra del Fuego, a group of Islands now belonging to Argentina. The Selk’nam are now extinct. Body paint was a essential part of daily life, designs used for hunting, combats, peace meetings and shamanistic performaces.

The Selk’nam people or Ona’s from Tirerra del Fuego, a group of Islands now belonging to Argentina. The Selk’nam are now extinct. Body paint was a essential part of daily life, designs used for hunting, combats, peace meetings and shamanistic performaces.

Demostración de las diferentes poses para el uso del arco y la flecha. Selk´nam. Zona norte, Isla Grande, Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1920- 1923

Demostración de las diferentes poses para el uso del arco y la flecha. Selk´nam. Zona norte, Isla Grande, Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1920- 1923

Consejero principal en el hain con pintura facial para la lucha. Falleció en la epidemia de 1924. Fotografía de Martin Gusinde. En: “Los Indios de Tierra del Fuego: Los Selknam”. Martín Gusinde. Editorial C.A.E.A. 1982.

Chief adviser in the Hain with face paint for the fight, the Selknam people, Tierra del Fuego. He died in the epidemic of -- Consejero principal en el hain con pintura facial para la lucha.

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