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Mapuche significa "gente de la tierra",  Mapuche means "people of the land".

Mapuche significa "gente de la tierra", Mapuche means "people of the land".

1890. Mapuche Lugar: Araucanía Fotógrafo: Odber Heffer Bisset Año: 1890

1890. Mapuche Lugar: Araucanía Fotógrafo: Odber Heffer Bisset Año: 1890

Chile | Studio photograph for a Mapuche woman.  Traiguen, ca. 1890 || Photographer Milet Ramírez, Gustavo.

Chile | Studio photograph for a Mapuche woman. Traiguen, ca. 1890 || Photographer Milet Ramírez, Gustavo.

Machi with her kultrún (sacred drum painted with the Directions and stars) seated next to a rewé, which is both a pillar of ancestral spirits and a ladder into other worlds. Among the Mapuche of Chile, women predominate as medicine people.

Machi with her kultrún (sacred drum painted with the Directions and stars) seated next to a rewé, which is both a pillar of ancestral spirits and a ladder into other worlds. Among the Mapuche of Chile, women predominate as medicine people.


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Mapuche significa "gente de la tierra",  Mapuche means "people of the land".

Mapuche significa "gente de la tierra", Mapuche means "people of the land".

Photo of three young Mapuche Machis shamans in 1903. A machi is a traditional shaman healer and religious leader in the Mapuche culture of Chile and Argentina.

Photo of three young Mapuche Machis shamans in 1903. A machi is a traditional shaman healer and religious leader in the Mapuche culture of Chile and Argentina.

1890. Mapuche Lugar: Araucanía Fotógrafo: Odber Heffer Bisset Año: 1890

1890. Mapuche Lugar: Araucanía Fotógrafo: Odber Heffer Bisset Año: 1890

Chile | Studio portrait of a young Mapuche woman posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; she wears a medella (coin-chain headdress), quipan (a square cloth, wrapped around the body), ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket), chaway (earrings), tupu (clothes pin), trapelakucha (pectoral pendant) | ca. 1890.  Traiguen, Araucania

Chile | Studio portrait of a young Mapuche woman posed in front of a painted background of an outdoor scene; she wears a medella (coin-chain headdress), quipan (a square cloth, wrapped around the body), ikulla (shawl) or manta (blanket), chaway (earrings), tupu (clothes pin), trapelakucha (pectoral pendant) | ca. 1890. Traiguen, Araucania

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