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Anton & Dockstader. 1968. Pre-Columbian and Later Indian Tribal Arts. New York:
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Basso, Ellen B. 1985. A Musical View of the Universe; and The Last Cannibals, a
South American Oral History. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Beer, Ken and Joyce Jones. Undated. The Veitch Family. Publisher unknown.
Bossert, Helmuth T. 1955. Folk Art of Primitive Peoples. London: A. Zwemmer.
Braun, Barbara (ed.). 1995. Arts of the Amazon. London: Thames & Hudson.
Bray, Warwick. 2001. One Blow Scatters the Brains: An Ethnographic Survey of the
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Brightman, Marc & Vanessa Grotti. 2005. Caterpillars and Cash: Transnational
Perspectives on Amerindian Material Culture, Tradition and Modernity in the
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Brooks, Edwin et. al. 1972. Tribes of the Amazon Basin in Brazil: Report for the
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Burns, E. Bradford. 1993. A History of Brazil. New York: Columbia University Press.
Cadbury, Tabitha. 2002. Accessing the Amazon: A Case Study in the Interpretation of
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Carmichael, Elizabeth et al. 1985. The Hidden Peoples of the Amazon. London:
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Carter, Geraldine & Rachel Storm. 1995. The Illustrated Guide to Latin American
Mythology. London: Studio Editions.
Carvalho, Monica Lima de. 2005. Kuikuro and Karajà techniques for gathering,
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Chagnon, Napoleon A. 1983. Yanomami: the Fierce People. New York: Holt,
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Chasteen, John Charles. 2001. Born in Blood and Fire: A Concise History of Latin
America. New York, London: W.W. Norton & Company.
Coqueiro, Sonia O. (coord.) et. al. 2002. Povos Indígenas no Sul da Bahia: Posto
Indígena Caramuru-Paraguaéçu (1910-1967). Rio do Janeiro: Museu do Índio FUNAI.
Cunningham, Sue. 1992. Out of the Amazon. London: HMSO.
Davies, Lucy and Mo Fini. 1994. Arts and Crafts of South America. London: Thames
& Hudson.
Dockstader, S. 1967. South American Indian Art: Pre-Columbian and Contemporary
Arts and Crafts. London: Studio Vista.
Fock, Niels. 1963. Waiwai: Religion and Society of an Amazonian Tribe.
Copenhagen: National Museum.
Gebhart, Angelika. 1982. Aesthetic Therapy: an Aspect of Shipibo-Conibo
Shamanism. University of Tuebingen: Voelkerkundliches Institut.
Gebhart-Sayer, Angelika. 1985. The Geometric Designs of the Shipibo-Conibo in
Ritual Context. In Journal of Latin American Lore II:2 (1985), 143-175. Printed in
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Gheerbrant, Alain. 1992. The Amazon: Past, Present and Future. London: Thames
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Grupioni, Luis Donisete Benzi. 2005. Bresil Indien: Les Arts Des Amerindiens Du
Bresil. Paris, Galeries Nationales Du Grand Palais Du 21 Mars Au 27 Juin 2005
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Guppy, Nicholas. 1958. Wai-Wai: through the forests north of the Amazon. London:
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Guss, D 1989. To Weave and Sing: Art, Symbol, and Narrative in the South American
Rainforest. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Hanbury-Tenison, Robin. 1982. Aborigines of the Amazon Rain Forest: The
Yanomami. Amsterdam: Time-Life Books.
Harner, Michael J. 1972. The Jivaro: People of the Sacred Waterfalls. Berkely, Los
Angeles, London: University of California Press.
Harris, Olivia & Peter Gow. 1985. The British Museum's representation of
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Heath, E.G. & Vilma Chiara. 1977. Brazilian Indian Archery. Manchester Museum:
The Simon Archery Foundation.
Hecht, Susanna & Alexander Cockburn. 1989. The Fate of the Forest: Developers,
Destroyers and Defenders of the Amazon. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Hemming, John. 2004. Red Gold, Amazon Frontier and Die if you Must. London: Pan
Macmillan.
Heriz-Smith, Shirley. 1992. James Veitch & Sons, Chelsea: Harry Veitch's Reign,
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Jones, Winslow. 1870. Syria/ A Lecture / delivered by / Winslow Jones / to the
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Mercedes-Benz do Brasil S.A., Norberto Nicola & Sonia Ferraro Dorta. 1986.
Aroméri: Indian Feather Art. Brasil: São Bernardo do Campo.
Mowat, Linda. 1989. Cassava and Chicha: Bread and Beer of the Amazonian Indians.
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destruction.
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