Qiang



ETHNONYMS: Di, Manzi, Rong, Rma, "Stone Tower" Culture; Subgroups: Baima, Ersu, Jiarong, Muya, Muyami, Namuyi, Pumi, Qiang (including Heisuhui Qiang and Boluozu)


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GERALD A. HUNTLEY

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