Illustrations
4
Maps
1. Brazil. 20
2. Wari’ reservations and indigenous posts (PI). 21
3. Approximate village areas of the Wari’ subgroups before pacification. 39
Figures
1. Planting maize. Rio Negro–Ocaia, 1987. 33
2. Wari’ and whites in front of a precontact style Wari’ house (in the back).
Probably Ribeirão during the first half of the 1960s. 36
3. Actual house style. View of the Rio Negro–Ocaia, 2001. 37
4. A’ain covers the pottery base with rubber strips. Rio Negro–Ocaia,
1986. 54
5. Tamara. Hosts feeding the guests (holding the drum) in the forest. Santo
André, 1986. 55
6. Tamara. Guests dancing during the night at a village house. Santo André,
1986. 57
7. Tamara. Guests dancing. Santo André, 1986. 57
8. Tamara. Hosts offering maize drink and food to the guests. Santo André,
1986. 58
9. Hüroroin’. Flutes and log drums. 60
10. Hwitop’. A container with tarawan fruits in which the drink will be pre-
pared. Rio Negro–Ocaia, 1993. 62
11. Hwitop’. Hosts offer fruit drink to the guests. Rio Negro–Ocaia, 1993. 63
12. Hwerein Pe e’ prepares a new bow using a peccary jaw as a file. Rio Negro–
Ocaia, 1987. 76
13. Boys on a xijat hammock. Santo André, 2003. 90
14. A’ain Xit carries his prey, a spider monkey. Rio Negro–Ocaia, 1987. 103
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