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Indigenous Communities from Bolivia

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Chipaya
Indigenous Group Chipaya (Also known as: Puquina)
Location Bolivia, La Paz, Oruro, Ingavi, Atahuallpa, Cercado, Poop, Abaroa, Sebastian Pagador, Ladislao Cabrera, Sur Carangas, Saucari, Chipaya, El Choro, Pazna, Challapata, Santuario de Quillacas, Santiago de Huari, Pamp Aullagas, Andamarca Toledo
Estimated Population 1800 (1995, SIL International)
Environment Highland / Plain
Lifestyle Sedentary
Subsistence Agriculture / Animal Husbandry / Hunter / Fishing
Level of Assimilation Fairly Traditional
Language Family Chipaya
Classification: Uru-Chipaya
Dialects: May be Arawakan or Mayan
Website URLs Ethnologue: Chipaya, A Language of Bolivia
Vanishing Cultures
Uru Chipayas
The Chipaya Town Life
Amazonia Boliviana: Uru
Viceministerio de Cultura
NGOs Point d’Appui for Bolivia

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