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Comarca Ngobe-Bugle

The Comarca Ngobe-Bugle is an indigenous reserve in Panama which is home to the Ngobe tribe (also known as the Guaymi) and the Bugle tribe (also known as the Buglere.) The two tribes are related to each other but have distinct cultures and speak different languages.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Ngobe-Bugle tribes and languages:

 Bugle tribe
 Ngobe tribe
 Chibchan languages
 Native Americans of Panama
 Chibchan languages
 Central American indigenous people

Here are links to more Internet resources and news about the Ngobe-Bugle Indians:
 La Comarca Ngobe Bugle
 The Ngobe Bugle of Panama
 Ngöbe–Buglé people
 Ngobe-Bugle video
 Ngöbe Bugle
 Wikipedia: Comarca Indigena Ngöbe-Buglé
 Cultura Ngobe-Bugle

And here are a few good books about the Ngobe-Bugles:
 Panama: Three Weeks with the Native Tribes
 The Languages of the Andes
 The Chibchan Languages



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