From honey to ashes

In March 2004, one of the world's last voluntarily isolated groups of hunter-gatherers walked out of the forest in northern Paraguay, fleeing ranchers' bulldozers. They formed a new village with their more settled relatives, where they confronted the complexities of learning how to become...

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Main Author: Bessire, Lucas
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Watertown, Mass. Documentary Educational Resources 2006, 2006
Series:Ethnographic video online, volume 1
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Online Access:
Collection: Ethnographic Video Online Vol. 1 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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