Tupinamba : SO09.

Tupinamba was a collective term applied to a number of Tupí-Guarani speaking tribes in addition to the Tupinamba proper. Information on the Tupinamba is available from the sixteenth century until the mid-18th century, at which time they appear to have become extinct. The Tupinamba were widely disper...

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Corporate Author: Human Relations Area Files, inc.
Other Authors: Yves, d'Evreux, 1570-1630?, Claude, d'Abbeville, père, -1632., Acuña, Cristóbal de, 1597-, Anchieta, José de, Saint, 1534-1597., Caminha, Pero Vaz de, active 15th century., Cardim, Fernão, -1625., Drumond, Carlos., Gandavo, Pero de Magalhães, -1576., Heriarte, Mauricio de, active 1662., Léry, Jean de, 1534-1611., Métraux, Alfred, 1902-1963., Nóbrega, Manuel da, 1517-1570., Sampaio, Teodoro, 1855-1937., Sousa, Gabriel Soares de, approximately 1540-approximately 1591., Staden, Hans, approximately 1525-approximately 1576., Sturtevant, William C., Thevet, André, 1502-1590., Vasconcelos, Simão de, 1597-1671.
Format: Book
Language:English
French
Latin
Portuguese
Published: New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2003-
Series:EHRAF world cultures. South America.
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Online Access:CONNECT