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Yanomami: A Forest People

By: William Milliken, George Albert and Gale Goodwin Gomez
161 pages, B/w photos, col illus, b/w illus, tabs
Yanomami: A Forest People
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Based largely on new and original research, this book discusses the relationship between a forest people and their environment. The Yanomami live between the Brazilian Amazon and the Venezuelan Orinoco and depend almost entirely upon what the forest has to offer them.

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By: William Milliken, George Albert and Gale Goodwin Gomez
161 pages, B/w photos, col illus, b/w illus, tabs
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