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  • Guahibo - Wikipedia

    History. An 1856 watercolor by Manuel María Paz is an early depiction of the Guahibo people in Casanare Province. From the late 1700s until at least 1970s, Guahibos ...

  • Guahibo - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Forma de vida. La siembra, cuidado, recolección y procesamiento de la yuca amarga es una actividad principal a la que se dedican las mujeres, que utilizan ...

  • Guahibo | Definition of Guahibo by Merriam-Webster

    Guahibo definition is ... plural Guahibo or Guahibos. 1 a: a group of peoples of eastern Colombia and southwestern Venezuela . b: a member of any of such peoples

  • Electronic Arts Intermix: Guahibos, Juan Downey

    Continuing Downey's Trans Americas series, Guahibos documents the artist's journey down the Middle Orinoco River of Venezuela and his encounter with the Guahibo people.

  • Guahibos ministering at a retreat | Mark and Joyce Cain

    What a joy to have “our” Guahibo co-translators, Luis and Arcesio, off for a long week end to share at a retreat for young people at our national missionary ...

  • Glottolog 3.2 - Guahibo

    hhbib_lgcode: Churruyes Guahibo-Vraz from Uñiana village on the margin of the Orinoco Guahibos Sikuani

  • Guahibo People Group - Mission News - Ethnos360

    Current news and prayer requests related to literacy, evangelism, discipleship, bible translation and church planting among the Guahibo people of Latin America.

  • Guahibo work happenings | Mark and Joyce Cain

    It is a blessing to have Guahibos leaving their villages to go to other regions to serve. Please pray for God to provide their monthly support of up

  • Economic Botany of the Guahibo. I. Palmae botany of...

    Economic Botany of the Guahibo. I. Palmael ... This is the earthly paradise of the Goagibos [Guahibos] and Chiricoas; this is their delight, their

  • Guahibo Indians, Province of Casanare - World Digital Library

    This watercolor by Manuel María Paz (1820–1902) depicts Guahibo Indians in Casanare Province (present-day Casanare Department), Colombia. The Guahibo were once ...

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