Catlin, George - A Connibo Indian Family Premium Western Print
Cart. No. 457. Cónnibo.
a. – (-----); a very handsome man, said to be the chief, and much celebrated, his ears are elongated and ornamented with brass rings, and his necklace of the shells of nuts.
b. – (-----).
c. – (-----); two Connibo women, wives of the chief.
A tribe of 5,000, inhabiting the western banks of the Rio Yucayali and the vast pampas del Sacramento. 1853.
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