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Amazon Indians

Paul Henley

Amazon Indians

by Paul Henley

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Macdonald Educational in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of South America -- Amazon River Valley -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Henley.
    SeriesSurviving peoples
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17639046M
    ISBN 100356059545
    OCLC/WorldCa8418584

    Unlike Europeans, who planted mainly annual crops, the Indians, he says, centered their agriculture on the Amazon's unbelievably diverse assortment of trees: fruits, nuts, and palms. If the book title or content is in a language other than the language of the Amazon site where the ad will display. the following conditions apply: The book title in the ad and product detail page must include a language disclaimer, such as “The Book I Wrote (French Edition)” or “Un Deux Trois (French Edition)”.

    Press Photo Amazon Indians-"The Tribe That Hides From Man" airing on PBS This is an original press photo. These Amazon Indians are similar to the savage and elusive Kreen-Akrore, who are the object of a search by the famed Brazilian explorers Orlando and Claudio Villas Boas in "The Tribe That Hides From Man," a Special of the Week program transmitted by the Public Broadcasting Service, to air Seller Rating: % positive. Amazon Advertising. Ad solutions to help you find, attract, and engage millions of Amazon customers at every stage of their journey. 0. Get started now. Start advertising with our self-service solutions. Sponsored Products. Improve visibility of individual products with ads that appear in search results and on product pages.

    21 hours ago  #INSJalashwa is the 'Fearless Pioneer' ready to take stranded Indians back to their homeland from #SriLanka. This is INS Jalashwa's 3rd voyage . The Maya Indians were settled in Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Belize and extended all the way into Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula. The exact date of the Maya Indians appearance is not certain, but it is believed that they were settled as early as 1, B.C.


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