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The Arawana, or fish dance, of the Caraja Indians of Matto
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Indian notes -- Vol. 2
Published By: Original publisher
Indian notes -- Vol. 2
New York: Museum of the American Indian, Heye
Foundation. 1925. 96-99 p. ill.
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HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.:
Human Relations Area Files, 2018. Computer File
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Gender status (562);
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This source presents a short account of an important
Karajá dance performed by men. Emphasis is given to the costumes and paraphernalia used
in the dance, and the sacred hut outside of the village where the costumes are made and
guarded prior to the performance; afterward they are destroyed. Women and children
participate only as spectators, and severe penalties can be imposed on women should they
enter the sacred hut or otherwise view the dance costume any time but during the
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John Beierle ; 1966
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middle Rio Araguaia, central Brazil
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