Photographs of Tierra del Fuegan Indians, the Yamana and Selk'nam taken by Martin Gusinde between the end of 1918 and 1924.

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

Hombre Selk’nam, ceremonia Hain, 1923 (Sur de América)

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

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FCBTC / The people of Selk-nam, Tierra del Fuego, Chile-Argentina Viajamos el 15 de Junio 2015 Viajamos el 15 de Junio 2015

Dos koshménk, dos del mismo espíritu, al que Anne Chapman llama "el cornudo celoso" ya que su esposa (Kula) no se fatigaba en engañarlo durante toda la ceremonia. Foto de Martin Gusinde, 1923. Pueblo aborigen de la Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego

Ethnography /// Two koshménk, two of the same spirit, to which Anne Chapman calls "the jealous cuckold" as his wife (Kula) deceive not fatigued on throughout the ceremony. Photo of Martin Gusinde,

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, also known as the Onawo or Ona people, were an indigenous people in the Patagonian region of southern Argentina and Chile