Fuegian


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Fuegian

1. of or relating to Tierra del Fuego or its indigenous Indians
2. an Indian of Tierra del Fuego
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Ruth Sharman (London: Thames & Hudson, 2015); Samuel Kirkland Lothrop, The Indians of Tierra del Fuego: An Account of the Ona, Yaghan, Alacaluf, and Haush Natives of the Fuegian Archipelago (New York: Museum of the American Indian Heye Foundation, 1928); Patricia Stambuk, Rosa Yagan: El Ultimo Eslabon (Santiago: Andrew Bello, 1986); and D.
But, at the same time, a second trait is specially interesting for us: different from the same dynamic of conflict in North America, in the same period (the colonization of the Far West by the United States of America: O'Sullivan 1839), the Fuegian societies (and, specially, the hunter-fishergatherer society of the Beagle Channel) had no contact with other farmer societies: the dynamic of conflict was strictly developed between the Capitalist world (in a classical sense) and hunter-gatherers societies.
Fitz-Roy tomo de Martens por lo menos una de las cabezas, la del "Yapoo" ubicado en el centro a la derecha, que deriva directamente del "Fuegian (Yapoo Tekeenica)" del frontispicio del tomo (Fig.
Building effective alliances between research and management to mitigate the impacts of an invasive ecosystem engineer: Lessons from the study and control of Castor canadensis in the Fuegian Archipelago.--In: Francis, R.A.
rubrum specimens is based on different life conditions from the Fuegian ecotone, such as humidity degrees, topography, soil, exposure to sun and grazing rates, and was carried out by comparing the confidence intervals developed with the average values and deviation standards.
"Harpoons and Travellers: Fuegian Ethnographic Collections and the Recent Archaeological Record", Before Farming vol.
Darwin has never adjusted, in fact, to life aboard ship where his chronic seasickness has sometimes prompted the young Fuegian passenger Jemmy Button to pat him with bemused compassion and to exclaim, "Poor, poor fellow!" (Darwin 222).
The photo was taken on a research vessel that was studying the Fuegians. It showed a naked Fuegian in a tub of ice water and floating ice which came up to his chin.
Reid had to overcome a slipping saddle on one-mile handicap winner Fuegian, who had made all the running and held on despite his tack sliding backwards initially and then to the left.
Mamihlapinatapai is a Tierra del Fuegian word meaning 'looking at each other hoping that either will offer to do something which both parties desire but are unwilling to do' (Matthews 1992:148).
Coming from just off the pace inside the last furlong his power finish saw him a comfortable winner from Fuegian who had set sail earlier in a bid to repeat his previous course win.