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Filed under: Mayas -- Religion Filed under: Quiché Indians -- Religion

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  • [Info] Sketch of the Mosquito Shore, Including the Territory of Poyais, Descriptive of the Country; With Some Information as to Its Production, the Best Mode of Culture, &c., Chiefly Intended for the Use of Settlers (Edinburgh: W. Blackwood; London: T. Caddell, 1822), by Thomas Strangeways
Filed under: Paya Indians
  • [Info] Sketch of the Mosquito Shore, Including the Territory of Poyais, Descriptive of the Country; With Some Information as to Its Production, the Best Mode of Culture, &c., Chiefly Intended for the Use of Settlers (Edinburgh: W. Blackwood; London: T. Caddell, 1822), by Thomas Strangeways
Filed under: Goajiro languageFiled under: Taino languageFiled under: Indians of Central America -- Legends Filed under: Cuna IndiansFiled under: Indian art -- PanamaFiled under: Indians of Central America -- Politics and government Filed under: Mayas -- Politics and governmentFiled under: Indian textile fabrics -- Central AmericaFiled under: Mayas

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