photos taken by anthropologist, Levi-Strauss disciple, in Tierra del Fuego. I wonder what's going on here. The site is in Spanish and the translation doesn't help. (Halaháches is mocking you never loose your chin. Photo of Martin Gusinde, 1923.) PUESTA EN VALOR ...: LOS ONAS,EN EL IMPACTANTE LEGADO DE ANNE CHAPMAN
The Mapuche people are the largest ethnic group in Chile and constitute approximately 10% (more than 1.000.000 people) of the Chilean population. Half of them live in the south of Chile from the river Bío Bío until the Chiloé Island. The other half is found in and around the capital, Santiago. There are also around 300.000 Mapuches living in Argentina.
Halimink, assistant director of the Hain ceremony. Photo of Martin Gusinde, 1923.
Chinchorro mummies are seen inside Azapa's San Miguel Museum in Arica city.