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Dancing the Maxixe.  Before 1914 the Samba was known under a Brazilian name "Maxixe"
Familia Mapuche
Claudio Gay, 1848.

 Oil painting by Manuel Antonio Caro, 1835-1903

Manuel Antonio Caro, 1835-1903

Mural scene showing the serving and drinking of "ul," or maize-gruel. The hieroglyphic caption says "aj ul," or "maize-gruel person." Credit: Carrasco Vargas et al./PNAS.

'Between San Felipe de Aconcagua and Quillota, Chile, Jany 16th 1851'.
Admiral Edward Gennys Fanshawe
(27 November 1814 – 21 October 1906)

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