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The Quilmes city name origin, the story of the Quilmes indians, deported from their lands to Buenos Aires outskirts.
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The origins of the Quilmes city name
Origins of the Quilmes City Name Story of the Quilmes Indians Buenos Aires suburban city of Quilmes takes its name from the Quilmes Indians. In the times of the Spanish conquest, after the Calchaqui rebellion, in northwestern Argentina the governor Mercado y Villacorta dispersed the defeated

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Works with indigenous and environmental organizations in the Amazon Basin to defend the environment and advance indigenous rights in the face of large-scale industrial development. Provides news, campaigns, resources and contacts.
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Amazon Watch works with indigenous and environmental organizations in the Amazon Basin to defend the environment and advance indigenous peoples\' rights in the face of large-scale industrial development, oil & gas pipelines, power lines, roads, and other mega-projects.
Joe Berlinger's "Crude" premieres at the Sundance Film Festival. Understanding the lawsuit behind the film. defend the environment and rights of the indigenous peoples of the Thirty years of oil production in Block 1AB in the northern Peruvian Amazon has poisoned local indigenous communities and

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Introduction to the Yanomamo Indian culture from the South American Amazon basin with educational links.
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Introduction to the Yanomamo Indian culture from the South American Amazon basin.
Indian Cultures from Around the World Area: Brazil (Amazonas and Roraima states) and Venezuela ( Population: 11,700 in Brazil (in 2000) and 15,193 in Venezuela (in 1992) Language Root: Yanomami (4 sub-groups) Yanoma (Yanomam), Sanuma, Ninam, Yanam. Other Names: Yanomame, Yanomami, Guaica,

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An educational resource for these unique tribes and provides supplementary links.
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Introduction to the Native American Piaroa Indian culture of the Venezuelan Amazon basin.
Indian Cultures from Around the World Piaroa (Kuakua, Guagua, Quaqua): 12,000 including 130 Maco (1987 UBS); 80 in Colombia (1991 Adelaar). Venezuela: South bank of the Orinoco River, inland from the Paguasa River to Manipiari, Amazonas ( ). Large but inaccessible area. Colombia: Near the

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