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Guajajara Indian Language (Pindare, Mearim)

Guajajara is a Tupian language of South America.
It is spoken by around 12,000 people in Brazil.

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Guajajara Language Resources

Language Museum: Guajajara:
    Translation of a Bible passage into Guajajara.
La Lengua Tenetehara:
    Guajajara language information including a linguistic map of Brazil. Page in Spanish.
House of Languages: Tenetehara:
    Information about Tenetehara language usage.
Guajajara Language:
    Demographic information on Guajajara from the Ethnologue of Languages.
Tenetehara Language Tree:
    Theories about Tembe and Guajajara language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Guajajara Language Structures:
    Guajajara linguistic profile and academic bibliography.

Guajajara Culture and History Links

Indigenous Brazilians: The Guajajara:
    Online ethnography of the Guajajara tribe including traditional culture, mythology, and shamanism.
Guajajára Rattles:
    Traditional Guajajara rattles from the online exhibits of the National Museum of the American Indian.

Books for sale on the Guajajaras

A Divided World: Guajajara Social Structure:
    Anthropology book on the worldview of the Guajajara Indians..
Native American Indian Books:
    Evolving list of books about Native Americans in general.

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Links, References, and Additional Information

  Wikipedia: Guajajara:
  Encyclopedia articles about the Guajajara tribe.
  Povo Guajajara * Os Guajajaras:
  Information about the Guajajaras in Portuguese.



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