Category Archives: Latin America

Indigenous of Chapultepec. Mexico 1840

Chapultepec, Mexico, Indigenous, Native, costume

AMÉRIQUE INDIEN DE CHAPULTEPEC (Environs de Mexico).

Indigenous of Chapultepec Mexico.

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Argentinean landlord. Estanciero. Ġaucho Proprietre 1839.

national costume, Argentina, landlord, Estanciero, Ġaucho Proprietre, land owner, Gaucho,Argentinean landlord 1839.

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An Argentine Gaucho in full costume, wearing the chiripa.

Argentine Gaucho, costume, dress, traditional, chiripa,over-trousers, bolas

A Vanishing Figure.

A Vanishing Figure. An Argentine Gaucho 1915.

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Peru Lima. Female fashion in 1821.

Peru, Lima, Historic costumes, 19th century fashion, latin, america

Females of Lima 1821.

Peru 1821. Females of Lima.

Historic costumes.

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Free Mulatto of Lima, Peru. Mulâtresse libre.

Mulâtresse, Mulatto costume, Latin America

Mulâtresse libre, Lima.

Free Mulatto of Lima, Peru.

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Tapada Lima. Tapada de saya. Le Musée cosmopolite.

Tapada Lima. Tapada de saya. Traditional Peru costumes

Tapada de saya.

Tapada Lima.

AMÉRIQUE. Tapada de saya. (Lima)
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Rio de la Plata. Woman from the countryside.

Rio de la Plata. Argentina. Costume. Traditional dress.

Rio de la Plata. Woman from the countryside.

Rio de la Plata. Woman from the countryside. Argentina.

AMÉRIQUE, Femme de la campagne. Rio de la Plata – environ de Buenos Aires, Montévidéo.
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Botokuden. Indians from south-east Brazil.

Botokuden, Aymoré, Krenak, Brazil, natives

Aymoré or Botokuden.

Botokuden or Aymoré people

Indians from south-east Brazil.

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Maxuruna. Brazilian indigenous tribesman.

Maxuruna, facial piercings, Jaguar people, Brazil, Matis indians, Maxuruna, indigenous tribesman,

Maxuruna. A Brazil indigenous tribesman of the Matis indians, known as Jaguar people.

Maxuruna. Peruvian indigenous tribesman.

From the journey undertaken by the author with Johann Baptist Ritter von Spix (1781-1826), between 1817 and 1820. South America, 19th century.

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