19th Century South American Ticuna man, illustration

19th Century South American Ticuna man, illustration

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Caption: 19th Century South American Ticuna man. 1874 illustration of a Ticuna (Maguta) man from South America, showing his traditional dress. The Ticuna are an indigenous people of the Colombian, Peruvian and Brazillian Amazon. They are the most numerous tribe in the Brazilian Amazon.

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