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Immemorial inhabitants of Juruena river basin in the state of Mato Grosso in Brazil, Rikbaktsa people remained unknown to non-indigenous Brazilians’ until half of 20th century, when Brazilian government and rubber tappers from America and Europe invaded indigenous territories at the Amazon Basin, interested in rubber extraction, industrial processing and related activities.

Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00
Framed Print: $1,982.31
Print Size: 910x610 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle William Turner® 310gsm
Frame Colour: Mahogany
Exhibit: POS AD 175 20

 

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Immemorial inhabitants of Juruena river basin in the state of Mato Grosso in Brazil, Rikbaktsa people remained unknown to non-indigenous Brazilians’ until half of 20th century, when Brazilian government and rubber tappers from America and Europe invaded indigenous territories at the Amazon Basin, interested in rubber extraction, industrial processing and related activities.

يُطلق على السكان القدامى الذين يقطنون على ضفاف نهر جوروينا في ولاية ماتو غروسو في البرازيل اسم "شعب ريكباكتسا" الذي ظلّ غير معروف للبرازيليين غير الأصليين حتى نصف القرن العشرين، عندما غزت الحكومة البرازيلية وجامعو المطاط من أمريكا وأوروبا أراضي السكان الأصليين في حوض الأمازون بهدف استخراج المطاط ومعالجته صناعياً والأنشطة ذات الصلة.

Photographer:
Ana Caroline de Lima

Print Only: $1,750.00

Framed Print: $1,982.31

Print Size: 910x610 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS AD 175 20

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