Pacahuara

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Pacahuara
Total population
18[1]–possibly 96[2]
Regions with significant populations
 Bolivia[3]
Languages
Pacahuara language, Spanish
Religion
traditional tribal religion
Related ethnic groups
Chácobo[3]

Pacahuara people are an indigenous people of Bolivia. A small group live in Tujuré, a community located near the Chácobo people on the Alto Ivón River in the Beni Department. An uncontacted group of Pacahuara, 50 in eight families, lives between Rio Negro and Río Pacajuaras in the Pando of northeastern Bolivia, near the Brazilian border.[2]

In the past, the tribe had two subgroups: the Sinabu and Capuibo.[4]

Language[edit]

The Pacahuara language is a Bolivian Panoan language, which are part of the greater Panoan language family. The language is not written.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Pacahuara." Ethnologue. Retrieved 27 Nov 2013.
  2. ^ a b "Pacahuara." Endangered Languages Project. Retrieved 27 Nov 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Chácobo - Orientation." Countries and Their Cultures. Retrieved 27 Nov 2013.
  4. ^ Olson 271

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