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Cara Indian Language (Caranqui)

Cara is an extinct Barbacoan language of South America.
Cara was once spoken in Ecuador.

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Cara Language Resources

Cara Vocabulary:
    Our list of vocabulary words in the Cara language.
Lengua Kara:
    Brief Cara language information in Spanish.

Cara Culture and History

The Otavaleño People of Northern Ecuador:
    Article on the descendants of the Cara Indians today, with many pictures.
Otavalo Culture:
    Cultural and historical overview of the Indians of the Otavalo Valley.

Links, References, and Additional Information

Wikipedia: Barbacoan Languages:
Encyclopedia article on the Barbacoan language family, including Caranqui.



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