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Hermosa hija de Geronimo c.1900. - Lena Geronimo nació en 1886 en Fort Marion, St. Augustine, FL, mientras que su padre era un prisionero allí. El personal médico le dio el nombre de Marion, tras el fuerte, pero ella tomó el nombre Lenna al regresar al sudoeste. Lenna Geronimo, hija de Jerónimo y la esposa In-peluche, un Mescalero Apache, era la hermana de Robert Geronimo, único hijo vivo de Geronimo. Lenna era Bedonkohe-Mescalero.

Hermosa hija de Geronimo c.1900. - Lena Geronimo nació en 1886 en Fort Marion, St. Augustine, FL, mientras que su padre era un prisionero allí. El personal médico le dio el nombre de Marion, tras el fuerte, pero ella tomó el nombre Lenna al regresar al sudoeste. Lenna Geronimo, hija de Jerónimo y la esposa In-peluche, un Mescalero Apache, era la hermana de Robert Geronimo, único hijo vivo de Geronimo. Lenna era Bedonkohe-Mescalero.

Fidel Castro & Salvador Allende, Palais de la Moneda, 1971 © Diego Goldberg

Fidel Castro & Salvador Allende, Palais de la Moneda, 1971 © Diego Goldberg

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.

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile, between the Aconcagua River and Chiloé Island. Its inhabitants are very wedded to their land and their customs, and have a rich cosmology that focuses its principles in their attachment to ancestral territories, then embodied in everyday objects such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

The Mapuche people live on the Andes Mountains, straddling Argentina and Chile, between the Aconcagua River and Chiloé Island. Its inhabitants are very wedded to their land and their customs, and have a rich cosmology that focuses its principles in their attachment to ancestral territories, then embodied in everyday objects such as ceramics, textiles and jewellery.

Chile | Araucanian woman with elaborate silver jewellery. | ©W Robert Moore

Chile | Araucanian woman with elaborate silver jewellery. | ©W Robert Moore

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"Niña mapuche (Siglo XIX) | Fotografia colección Museuo Chileno de Arte Precolombino

"Niña mapuche (Siglo XIX) | Fotografia colección Museuo Chileno de Arte Precolombino