Candoshi



ETHNONYMS: Kandoazi (Kandoasi: subgroup, Chapara, Chapra, Shapra [the name "Chapara" will be used exclusively to refer to the Chapara people])


Bibliography

Chirif, Alberto, and Carlos Mora (1976). Atlas de comunidades nativas, 102, 184. Lima: DireciĆ³n General de Organizaciones Rurales.

Steward, Julian H., ed. (1948). Handbook of South American Indians. Vol. 3, The Tropical Forest Tribes, 615-650. Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 143. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

Tuggy, Sheila C. (1985). "Candoshi Behavioral Change." In Five Amazonian Studies on World View and Cultural Change, edited by William R. Merrifield. Publication 19. Dallas, Tex.: International Museum of Cultures.

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Wise, Mary Ruth (1985). "Indigenous Languages of Lowland Peru: History and Current Status." In South American Indian Languages, edited by Harriet E, Manelis Klein, and Louisa R. Stark, 194-221. Austin: University of Texas Press.

SHEILA C. TUGGY

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