From Indigenous Peoples in Brazil
  • ...zon, and by the activities of new sectors of non-indian society vis-à-vis indigenous populations. Whilst contact with brancos profoundly altered the lives of th <h3>Colonization and indigenous uprisings</h3>
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  • ...Indigenous Land; in the Canoanã Indigenous Post and in the Araguaia Park Indigenous Land, in the municipalities of Formoso do Araguaia, Lagoa da Confusão, San ...bly lives in the Northern part of Bananal Island, inside the Araguaia Park Indigenous Land, in the State of Tocantins.
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  • ...he Ramkokamekrá had less contact with the national society and with other indigenous groups than the Apanyekrá. After that, the situation became the reverse. H ...s orthographic variations, or even by Apanyekrá-Canela. Apanyekrá means "indigenous people of the piranha". Nimuendajú supposed that they were called by this
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  • ...he Ramkokamekrá had less contact with the national society and with other indigenous groups than the Apanyekrá. After that, the situation became the reverse. H ...s orthographic variations, or even by Apanyekrá-Canela. Apanyekrá means "indigenous people of the piranha". Nimuendajú supposed that they were called by this
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  • .... They inhabit the Roosevelt, Serra Morena, Parque Aripuanã and Aripuanã indigenous lands, all of which are ratified, in a total area of 2.7 million hectares. ...omic and political interests that the Funai came to define four contiguous indigenous lands, within the territory inhabited by the Cinta Larga. They are: the  A
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  • ...ers to “villages of Guarani Indians” where he stopped with his men and indigenous guides during the expedition which he undertook in 1541 from the Island of ...are criteria that figure into the classifications and subdivisions of this indigenous group. Although this classification does not correspond to the definitions
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  • ...eir considerable capacity for political negotiation and liaison with other indigenous groups, government agencies and both religious and secular non-governmental The area that became the Jaquiri Indigenous Territory (IT) was first visited by Funai (the National Indian Foundation)
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  • ...s to exist a consensus among them as to the need to implement projects and initiatives designed at rescuing the more traditional aspects of their culture and affi ...that existed at the mouth of the Xambioá River, upstream from the present Indigenous Post, on the Araguaia. It is possible to speculate that the name was used f
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  • ...igns inspired by their mythology, and by their active participation in the indigenous movement organized in defense of the interests of the ethnic groups of the ...jahis, Cajabis, Kajabi, Caiabis, Cayabi, Kayabi etc). Nowadays the group's indigenous teachers have settled on the form Kaiabi, which explains the reason for its
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  • ...oups is known as the Timbira, while Mehim is applied to the members of any indigenous group. The expansion of these terms of reference has been correlated with a ...ntal.org/#!/terras-indigenas/3735" tagname="a" target="_blank">Kraolândia Indigenous Land</htmltag> (which received permanent legal status in 1990 through Decre
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  • This indigenous group belongs to the Munduruku language family, a branch of the Tupi trunk. ...rts of the city of Itaituba, and in the communities of the Coatá-Laranjal Indigenous Land, in the state of Amazonas. 
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  • ...st of the survivors from these groups are located in the Pyreneus de Souza Indigenous Territory and are generically classified as Sabanê. Some of them live with ...Sabanê groups, for example, live with the Mamaindê at the Capitão Pedro Indigenous Post.
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  • ...l.org/#!/terras-indigenas/3891" tagname="a" target="_blank">Uru-eu-wau-wau Indigenous Land</htmltag> in Rondônia, located in the headwater region of the Pacaás Occupation of their land by other indigenous groups began at the start of the 20th century when the [[Povo:Uru-Eu-Wau-Wa
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  • ...the reports of conflicts with sorveiros (latex extractors) who invaded the indigenous territory. A marked feature of this group is the high rate of suicide, inte ...al.org/caracterizacao.php?id_arp=3912" tagname="a" target="_self">Zuruahã Indigenous Land</htmltag> was ratified on 29/10/1991 (dec. 266), covering an area of 2
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  • ...to the Instituto Socioambiental’s data, the Ticuna are distributed in 28 Indigenous Territories, most of which have already been demarcated and/or approved, th ...my, the bosses discovered other ways of maintaining their control over the indigenous population (Oliveira, 1988: 211-3).
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  • The Xokleng Indians of the sub-group Laklanõ, from Ibirama Indigenous Area (Terra Indígena Ibirama – TII) situated in the highlands of the Sta
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  • ...ental.org/caracterizacao.php?id_arp=3911" tagname="a" target="_self">Zoró Indigenous Land</htmltag> and its natural resources, as well as supporting school educ ...ioc. Zoró Indigenous Territory, Mato Grosso. Photo: APIZ - Zoró Pangyjej Indigenous Peoples Association, 2007.
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  • ..."http://foirn.wordpress.com/" tagname="a" target="_blank">'''Federation of Indigenous Organizations of the Negro River'''''' blog'''''' ('''Federação das Org ...onsists of Union lands (Indigenous Lands and a National Park). The present indigenous population makes up at least 90% of the total, although more than two centu
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  • The Indigenous Park of the Xingu covers, in its southern part, the cultural area known as ...the name of common interests. The indigenous organizations (above all the Indigenous Land Association of the Xingu) has been established as an important means f
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  • {{Título | Indigenous scholar education}} ...cy, responsibility of the State. The transfer of responsibilities from the indigenous organ to religious missions in order to meet the educational needs of Nativ
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