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"Mitua" is a name used to refer to several indigenous groups living along the border between Colombia and Venezuela--
especially the Guayabero tribe, but also the Piapoco, the Bare, the Mandahuaca, and a few others. The name Mitua originally
comes from a name for the Guayaberos in the language of their Guahibo neighbors, and became generalized to other
native tribes of this region.
Here are links to our webpages about the Mitua tribe and language:
South American languages
Here are a few good books about the Mituas:
Comparative Arawakan Histories
The Amazonian Languages
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