Ángela Loij when she was young. "Ángela Loij was the last surviving full-blooded Ona native woman of Tierra del Fuego. The Ona or Selknam tribe were decimated by loss of habitat, European diseases and the Selknam Genocide. She was studied by anthropologist Anne Chapman.[1] Loij was born at Sara, north of the Río Grande, where her father worked as sheep herder."

Ángela Loij when she was young. "Ángela Loij was the last surviving full-blooded Ona native woman of Tierra del Fuego. The Ona or Selknam tribe were decimated by loss of habitat, European diseases and the Selknam Genocide. She was studied by anthropologist Anne Chapman.[1] Loij was born at Sara, north of the Río Grande, where her father worked as sheep herder."

Selknam People during the Hain Ceremony in Tierra Del Fuego  Photos By Martin Gunside,1923

Selknam People during the Hain Ceremony in Tierra Del Fuego Photos By Martin Gunside,1923

Intimidad e inmediatez fotográfica”- Jóvenes iniciados durante la ceremonia del Hain. Selknam. Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1919-1923

Intimidad e inmediatez fotográfica”- Jóvenes iniciados durante la ceremonia del Hain. Selknam. Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1919-1923

Shoes, guanaco skin, Selknam people (Ona) - South American objects in the American Museum of Natural History ♥

Shoes, guanaco skin, Selknam people (Ona) - South American objects in the American Museum of Natural History ♥

Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution. Selk'nam, c. 1930

Collections Search Center, Smithsonian Institution. Selk'nam, c. 1930

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