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Tierra del Fuego - Ona or Selknam Tribe

Tierra del Fuego - Ona or Selknam Tribe

Selk´nam People - Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde.

Selk´nam People - Tierra del Fuego. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde.

Selknam initiation ceremony. The Selknam (also known as the Ona) were an indigenous people in southern Argentina and Chile, including the Tierra del Fuego islands. They were one of the last aboriginal groups in South America to be encountered by ethnic Europeans or Westerners in the late 19th century. The last ethnic Selknam died in the mid 20th century.

Selknam initiation ceremony. The Selknam (also known as the Ona) were an indigenous people in southern Argentina and Chile, including the Tierra del Fuego islands. They were one of the last aboriginal groups in South America to be encountered by ethnic Europeans or Westerners in the late 19th century. The last ethnic Selknam died in the mid 20th century.

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Mapuche

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Mapuche

Selk'nam bodypainting (Kataix spirit) (Scanned from postcard) The Selk'nam or…

Selk'nam bodypainting (Kataix spirit) (Scanned from postcard) The Selk'nam or…

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Kawashkar

Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino » Kawashkar

Niño alacalufe con arco y flecha. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1920 aprox. En: “Los indios de Tierra del Fuego: los Halakwulup””. Martín Gusinde. Editorial C.A.E.A .1986.

Niño alacalufe con arco y flecha. Fotografía de Martín Gusinde. 1920 aprox. En: “Los indios de Tierra del Fuego: los Halakwulup””. Martín Gusinde. Editorial C.A.E.A .1986.

Two young Selk'nam in 1896 ANNE CHAPMAN SHOCKING

Two young Selk'nam in 1896 ANNE CHAPMAN SHOCKING

Martin Gunside, L'Esprit des hommes de la Terre de Feu, 1919-1924. Couvert de blanc d'os broyé, un Indien kawésqar représente l'esprit Yincihaua.

Martin Gunside, L'Esprit des hommes de la Terre de Feu, 1919-1924. Couvert de blanc d'os broyé, un Indien kawésqar représente l'esprit Yincihaua.

1890. Mujer mapuche e hijo

1890. Mujer mapuche e hijo


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Photographs of Tierra del Fuegan Indians, the Yamana and Selk'nam taken by Martin Gusinde between the end of 1918 and 1924.

Photographs of Tierra del Fuegan Indians, the Yamana and Selk'nam taken by Martin Gusinde between the end of 1918 and 1924.

Cerimônia de iniciação dos adolescentes, do povo Selk´nam - Terra do Fogo.

Cerimônia de iniciação dos adolescentes, do povo Selk´nam - Terra do Fogo.

EMU MAN PERFORMS THE TOTEM - VOODOO VILLAGE - THE SECRET MUSEUM OF MANKIND

EMU MAN PERFORMS THE TOTEM - VOODOO VILLAGE - THE SECRET MUSEUM OF MANKIND

Los Selknam, habitantes de Tierra de Fuego, durante sus ritos de iniciación a la vida adulta pintaban sus cuerpos y cubrían su cabeza con corteza de árboles.

Los Selknam, habitantes de Tierra de Fuego, durante sus ritos de iniciación a la vida adulta pintaban sus cuerpos y cubrían su cabeza con corteza de árboles.

Selknam initiation ceremony. The Selknam (also known as the Ona) were an indigenous people in southern Argentina and Chile, including the Tierra del Fuego islands. They were one of the last aboriginal groups in South America to be encountered by ethnic Europeans or Westerners in the late 19th century. The last ethnic Selknam died in the mid 20th century.

Selknam initiation ceremony. The Selknam (also known as the Ona) were an indigenous people in southern Argentina and Chile, including the Tierra del Fuego islands. They were one of the last aboriginal groups in South America to be encountered by ethnic Europeans or Westerners in the late 19th century. The last ethnic Selknam died in the mid 20th century.

Selk'nam

Selk'nam

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絶滅した裸族「ヤーガン族」がまるでウルトラマンや仮面ライダーの超センス

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Hombre Selk’nam, ceremonia Hain, 1923

Hombre Selk’nam, ceremonia Hain, 1923

In the mythology and beliefs of the Mapuche people, the machi shaman, a role usually played by older women, is an extremely important part of the Mapuche culture. The machi performs ceremonies for the warding off of evil, for rain, for the cure of diseases, and has an extensive knowledge of Chilean medicinal herbs, gained during an arduous apprenticeship.

In the mythology and beliefs of the Mapuche people, the machi shaman, a role usually played by older women, is an extremely important part of the Mapuche culture. The machi performs ceremonies for the warding off of evil, for rain, for the cure of diseases, and has an extensive knowledge of Chilean medicinal herbs, gained during an arduous apprenticeship.

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