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Waorani Indians: Chambira Palm Leaves Make Colorful Arm Decoration For An Aemae, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Stretching Earlobes To Their Size In A Month Often Causes Infection And Tears In The Lobe, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Preparing Manioc Drink At A Fiesta Is All-consuming For The Hostess, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Photographs by Jim Yost
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Hunting, Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Visitors Drag In A Palm Leaf-sheath To Sit On And Sleep In, Gabado, 1973, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Moving Into New Territory Always Produces More Successful Hunts, Kedemeneno, 1980, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: With Quiver Of Darts And Kapok Carrier, A Hunter Concentrates On Monkeys In The Canopy, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: When Clothing First Became Available, It Was Worn Just For Its Beauty At Fiestas, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Making A Hook For Harvesting Fruit From High In The Trees, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: A Storm Gathers At Sunset, Limoncocha, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Chambira Twine Serves Numerous Purposes - Eg. Fishnets, Hammocks, Bags, Kapok Carriers, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Visitors From Dicado Show Up At The Gabado Aemae, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Aerial View Of Waorani Indians Settlement In The Rainforest, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: When Hands Are Full And You Have No Pockets, Hold The Extra Fish In The Next Best Place, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Photographs by Jim Yost
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: During Chonta Palm Season An Abundance Of Food Means One Aemae Fiesta After Another, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Harpy Eagle Plumes Adorn Armbands, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Grooming, Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Menga Regales A Visitor With A Hunting Story, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: A Young Boy With His Pet Couvier's Toucan
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Photographs by Jim Yost
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Moving Into New Territory Always Produces More Successful Hunts, Kedemeneno, 1980, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Platanos And Chonta Palm (g. Gasipaes) Are Principal Food Sources Jan - Mar, Tewaeno, 1973, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Aerial Image, Waorani Indians, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Boys Condition Lungs, Diaphragm And Cheeks For Effective Blowgunning, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Aerial View Of Waorani Indians Settlement In The Rainforest, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Traditional Chambira Leaves On Armbands Complement A Trade Ribbon, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Adult Man Carrying A Toddler, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Face Painting Is For Celebrations, Not For War, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: On Trips Longer Than A Couple Of Hours, Youngsters Are Given A Lift, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Bird Pet, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Stripping Chambira Leaves To Make Twine Is A Never-ending, Daily Task, Tewaeno, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Pottery Used For Carrying Water, Tewaeno, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Chambira Palm Fiber Made Into Twine Is Used For Various Articles, Like A Fishnet, Tewaeno, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Photographs by Jim Yost
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Each Man Has His Own Distinctive Style Of Shaping And Decorating Spears, Dowetome, 1979, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Waorani Often Become Quite Attached To Their Pets, Like This Wooley Monkey, Tewaeno, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Stretching Earlobes To Their Size In A Month Often Causes Infection And Tears In The Lobe, Gabado, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Spinning Dried Chambira Fibers Into Twine Fills Time During Socializing, Gabado, 1976, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Years Of Carrying Spears And Blowgun On The Shoulder Produces Tough Callouses, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: A Warrior's Hammock Is His Most Important Possession, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, The Longhouse Interior, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Until Children Reach 2 Years Of Age, They Are Never Away From Parental Contact, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Chambira Palm Fiber Made Into Twine Is Used For Basket, Tewaeno, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Aerial View Of Waorani Indians Settlement In The Rainforest, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Housing Styles Have Varied In Waorani Culture Since Pre-contact Times, Tewaeno, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: After Being Boiled, Chambira Fibers Dry In Preparation For Spinning Into Twine, Kedemeneno, 1978, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Preparations For The Aemae Are Primarily A Time For Socializing, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Pets Are Often Kept Inside The House, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: The Positive And Negative Aemae Decoration, Gabado, 1976, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Tewae In Traditional Toucan Headdress, Tewaeno, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Evenings Are A Time For Gathering Outside The House And Socializing, Gabado, 1973, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Harvesting Food From The Rainforest Often Requires Precarious Ascents Into The Canopy, Tewaeno, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: In Full Regalia For A Fiesta, A Visitor Brings A Brand New Blowgun For A Relative, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Chonta Mash Sets Covered With Leaves In Pottery To Ferment Overnight For The Aemae, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Traditional Huts, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Healthy Teeth Are A Rarity Among Adult Waorani, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Clay Drinking Bowls And Storage Pot For Valuables, Like Feathers, Dry, Awaiting Firing, Kiwado, 1978, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Children Grow Up Around Pets, Like The Squirrel Monkey, Quickly Learning Their Habits, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: A Hammock Can Require As Much As A Mile Of Chambira Twine, Tewaeno, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: In Some Communities The Men Make The Baskets; In Others, The Women Do, Kiwado, 1980, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: The Balsa Labrets Are Both A Symbol Of Waorani Heritage And For Beauty, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Cowae In Traditional Toucan Headdress, Tewaeno, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: For Generations, The Waorani Sought Trade Goods Like Beads, Usually Raiding To Obtain Them, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: A Successful Hunt Of Couvier's Toucans, Tewaeno, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, The Longhouse Interior, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: After Poisoning A Stream With Barbasco, Women Use Dip Nets To Collect The Stupefied Fish, Gabado, 1975, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Aerial View Of Waorani Indians Settlement In The Rainforest, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Waorani Women At Gabaro Dress And Decorate For An Aemae Fiesta, Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Everybody Decorates For An Aemae, In This Case With Winka Dye (genipa), Gabado, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians:  Lake Limoncocha, Limoncoch
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, The Longhouse Interior, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians,  The Nuclear Family Clusters Around Their Fire In The Longhouse, Gabado, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Spreading Poison Curare Onto Darts, Using A Piece Of An Old Pot That Has Cooked Meat, Tewaeno, 1974, Ecuador
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians: Sunrise Over Lake Limoncocha, Limoncoch
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
Waorani Indians, Near Rio Cononaco, Ecuador, 1973
Indigenous People, Waorani 1973
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