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  • Amazonia
    • Eastern Amazonia
      • Amanayé (Ararandeura)
      • Guajajára (Guajajara)
      • Ka'apor
      • Marajoara/Marajó (archaeological culture)
      • Parakanã (Paracana)
      • Tembé (Tembe)
      • Turiwára (Turiwara)
      • Wayampi (Waiapi)
    • Northern Amazonia
      • Akawaio (Acawai)
      • Akurio (Acuria)
      • Apalaí (Apalai)
      • Arawak
      • Arecuna
      • Emerillon
      • Guinao (Guinau/Ginao)
      • Hixkaryána (Hixkaryana)
      • Macushi (Macusi)
      • Mainland Carib
      • Maroon (Bush Negro)
      • Patamona
      • Piaroa
      • Waiwai
      • Wapichana (Wapishana)
      • Warao
      • Wayana (Oyana)
      • Yanomami (Yanoama)
      • Yanomamö (Yanomamo)
      • Ye'kuana (Makiritare/Mayagone)
      • Yukpa (Macoa/Macoita/Yupa)
    • Northwestern Amazonia
      • Aguaruna (Aguarana)
      • Arabela
      • Arapaso (Arapaco)
      • Baniwa
      • Bora
      • Candoshi-Shapra (Chapras)
      • Carútana (Arara)
      • Chayahuita (Chaywita)
      • Cocama
      • Cofán (Cofan)
      • Cubeo (Kobeua)
      • Eastern Tukanoan (Tucanoan)
      • Kachá (Shimaco)
      • Kamsá (Sebondoy)
      • Kichua (Quichua)
      • Macaguaje (Majaguaje)
      • Makuna (Buhagana)
      • Mayoruna (Maxuruna)
      • Miriti
      • Ocaina
      • Omagua (Umanas)
      • Orejón (Orejon)
      • Shuar/Achuar
      • Siona (Sioni)
      • Tariano (Tariana)
      • Tukano (Tucano)
      • Waikino (Vaikino)
      • Wanano (Unana/Vanana)
      • Witoto
      • Yagua (Yahua)
      • Záparo (Zaparo)
    • Southern Amazonia
      • Assuriní do Tocantins (Tocantin)
      • Awetí (Aueto)
      • Bakairí (Bakairi)
      • Chácobo (Chacobo)
      • Chiquitano (Chiquito)
      • Gavião of Rondônia
      • Guarayu
      • Ikpeng (Xicao)
      • Irántxe (Iranche)
      • Jurúna (Yaruna/Juruna)
      • Kalapálo (Kalapalo)
      • Kamayurá (Camayura)
      • Karipuná (Caripuna)
      • Karitiâna (Caritiana)
      • Mehináku (Mehinacu)
      • Moxo (Mojo)
      • Nahukuá (Nahuqua)
      • Nambikuára (Nambicuara)
      • Pacahuara (Pacaguara)
      • Pacajá (Pacaja)
      • Parecís (Paressi)
      • Rikbaktsa (Erikbaksa)
      • Sateré-Mawé (Maue)
      • Tacana
      • Tapajó (Tapajo)
      • Tapirapé (Tapirape)
      • Tenharim
      • Tsimané (Pano)
      • Uru-Eu-Wau-Wau
      • Wari (Pacanawa)
      • Waurá (Waura)
      • Wuy jugu (Mundurucu)
    • Southwestern Amazonia
      • Amahuaca
      • Amarakaeri
      • Asháninka (Campa/Chuncha)
      • Cashibo
      • Conibo
      • Ese Ejja (Chama)
      • Iyene
      • Kulina (Culina)
      • Matís (Matis)
      • Mayoruna (Maxuruna)
      • Piro
      • Pukirieri (Puquiri)
      • Shipibo
      • Ticuna (Tucuna)
      • Yanesha' (Amuesha)
  • Andes
    • Central Andes
      • Casma (archaeological culture)
      • Chancay (archaeological culture)
      • Chavín (archaeological culture)
      • Chimú (archaeological culture)
      • Chuquibamba (archaeological culture)
      • Colonial Inka (Inca)
      • Cupisnique (archaeological culture)
      • Huarí (Warí) (archaeological culture)
      • Ica (archaeological culture)
      • Inka (Inca)
      • Inka (Inca) (archaeological)
      • Inka (Inca): Colonial Inka (archaeological)
      • Lambayeque (archaeological culture)
      • Lima Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Moche (Mochica) (archaeological culture)
      • Nazca (Nasca) (archaeological culture)
      • Pachacamac (archaeological culture)
      • Paracas (archaeological culture)
      • Quechua
      • Recuay (archaeological culture)
      • Salinar (archaeological culture)
      • Uru
      • Vicús (Vicus) (archaeological culture)
    • Central Andes/Central Highlands
      • Quechua
    • Central Andes/North Coast
      • Quechua
    • Central Andes/Southern Highlands
      • Aymara
      • Quechua
    • Northern Andes
      • Bahía (archaeological culture)
      • Capulí (archaeological culture)
      • Cerro Narrio/Chaullabamba (archaeological culture)
      • Chachilla (Cayapas)
      • Chorrera (archaeological culture)
      • Guangala (archaeological culture)
      • Jama-Coaque (archaeological culture)
      • Kichua (Quichua)
      • La Tolita (archaeological culture)
      • Manteño-Huancavilca (archaeological culture)
      • Milagro (archaeological culture)
      • Panzaleo (archaeological culture)
      • Pasto
      • Pijao
      • Tsáchila (Colorado)
      • Tuza-Piartal (archaeological culture)
      • Valdivia (archaeological culture)
    • Southern Andes
      • Andean Hunting-Collecting Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Aymara
      • Chango
      • Diaguita (archaeological culture)
      • Ichuña microlithic tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Likan Antaí (Atacama)
      • Quechua
      • Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) (archaeological culture)
  • Arctic
    • Central Arctic
      • Inuit (Canadian Eskimo)
      • Thule Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Eastern Arctic
      • Dorset Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Inuit (Canadian Eskimo)
      • Pre-Dorset (archaeological culture)
      • Thule Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Greenland
      • Kalaallitt (Greenland Eskimo)
      • Kalaallitt (Greenland Eskimo) (archaeological)
      • Saqqaq/Pre-Dorset Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Western Arctic
      • Alaskan Eskimo
      • Alaskan Eskimo (archaeological)
      • Alutiiq (Pacific Eskimo)
      • Inupiaq (Alaskan Inupiat Eskimo)
      • Kachemak Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Thule Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Unangan (Aleut)
      • Yup'ik (Yupik Eskimo)
  • California
    • Central California
      • Maidu
      • Mewuk (Miwok)
      • Ohlone (Costano)
      • Pomo
      • Tübatulabal (Kern River)
      • Wappo
      • Wintun
      • Yana
      • Yokuts
      • Yuki
    • Northern California
      • Achomawi (Pit River)
      • Atsugewi (Hat Creek)
      • Chetco
      • Chimariko
      • Hupa
      • Karuk (Karok)
      • Modoc
      • Shasta
      • Tolowa
      • Wailaki
      • Wiyot
      • Yurok
    • Southern California
      • Cahuilla
      • Chumash
      • Chumash (archaeological)
      • Kumeyaay (Diegueño)
      • Kumeyaay (Diegueño) (archaeological)
      • Kupangaxwichem (Kupa/Cupeño)
      • Luiseño (Luiseno)
      • Mission
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Serrano
  • Circum-Caribbean
    • Island Caribbean
      • Archaic Age (Ortoiroid) (archaeological culture)
      • Banwari Complex (archaeological culture)
      • Island Carib
      • Island Carib (archaeological)
      • Ostionoid Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Saladoid (archaeological culture)
      • Taíno
    • Mainland Caribbean
      • Achagua (Axagua)
      • Andaqui (Andaki)
      • Cacaopera
      • Calima (archaeological culture)
      • Cauca (archaeological culture)
      • Chibcha
      • Chiriquí (archaeological culture)
      • Emberá (Choikoi)
      • Gran Coclé Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Guahibo
      • Guambiano (Guambia)
      • Guaymi
      • Ika (Ica/Arhuaco)
      • Jicaque
      • Kogi (Kagaba)
      • Kuna (Cuna)
      • Lenca
      • Mainland Carib
      • Malagana (archaeological culture)
      • Manicuare complex (archaeological culture)
      • Mískito (Mosquito)
      • Muisca/Chibcha (archaeological culture)
      • Páez
      • Pech (Paya)
      • Quimbaya (archaeological culture)
      • Rama
      • Sumo
      • Tairona (archaeological culture)
      • Talamanca
      • Tierradentro (archaeological culture)
      • Tierroid (archaeological culture)
      • Tolima (archaeological culture)
      • Venezuelan Neoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Wayuu (Guajira/Goajiro)
      • Zenú (Sinú) (archaeological)
  • East Brazil
    • East Brazil (no sub-culture area)
      • Apinajé (Apinaye Caroyo)
      • Borôro (Bororo)
      • Carijo Guarani
      • East Brazilian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Guató (Guato)
      • Kadiwéu (Caduveo/Cadioeos/Guaicuru)
      • Karajá (Caraja)
      • Laklãnõ (Xokleng/Botocudos/Kaingang of Santa Catarina)
      • Mebêngôkre (Kayapó/Cayapo)
      • Mehim (Krahô/Crahao)
      • Parakatêjê (Gaioes/Gavião)
      • Potiguára (Pitigoares)
      • Umutina (Barbados)
      • Xavánte (Shavante)
      • Xerénte (Sherente)
  • Gran Chaco
    • Gran Chaco (no sub-culture area)
      • Ayoreo (Morotoco)
      • Chamacoco (Zamuko)
      • Chorote (Choroti)
      • Enxet (Lengua)
      • Evueví (Payaguá/Payagua)
      • Guana
      • Guaraní (Guarani)
      • Guaraní Ñandéva (Tapieté/Yanaigua)
      • Kaiwá (Caingua)
      • Maka (Maca)
      • Nivaclé (Ashlushlay)
      • Sanapaná
      • Toba
      • Wichí (Mataco)
  • Great Basin
    • Great Basin (no sub-culture area)
      • Great Basin Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Kawaiisu
    • Paiute
      • Kutzadika'a (Mono Paiute)
      • Northern Paiute (Paviotso)
      • Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute)
      • Yahooskin Paiute (Snake Paiute)
    • Shoshone
      • Eastern Shoshone
      • Northern Shoshone
      • Western Shoshone
    • Ute
      • Northern Ute
      • Southern Ute
    • Washoe (Washo)
  • Mesoamerica
    • Maya
      • Highland Maya
      • Lowland Maya
      • Maya (archaeological culture)
      • Olmec (archaeological culture)
      • Pre-Ceramic/Tamaulipas Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Veracruz/Gulf Coast (archaeological culture)
    • Northern Mesoamerica
      • Central Mexico/Valley of Mexico (archaeological culture)
      • Chinantec
      • Cora
      • Huastec
      • Huastec (Huasteca) (archaeological culture)
      • Ikood (Huave)
      • Matlatzinca
      • Matlatzinca (archaeological)
      • Maya (archaeological culture)
      • Mazahua
      • Mesoamerican (archaeological culture)
      • Mixe
      • Mixtec
      • Nahua
      • Olmec (archaeological culture)
      • Otomí (Otomi)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Pre-Ceramic/Tamaulipas Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Purepecha (Tarasco)
      • Tepehuán (Tepehuan)
      • Totonac
      • Totonac (archaeological culture)
      • Triqui (Trique Choco)
      • Veracruz/Gulf Coast (archaeological culture)
      • West Mexican Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Wixarika (Huichol)
      • Zapotec
      • Zapotec (archaeological culture)
      • Zoque
    • Southern Mesoamerica
      • Chorotega
      • Costa Rican Atlantic Watershed (archaeological cultures)
      • Diquís (archaeological culture)
      • Guanacaste-Nicoya (archaeological culture)
      • Maya (archaeological culture)
      • Mayoid Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Pipil
      • Pipil (archaeological)
  • Northwest Coast
    • Central Northwest Coast
      • Heiltsuk (Bella Bella)
      • Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl)
      • Northwest Coast Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Nuxalk (Bellacoola)
    • Coast Salish
      • Central Coast Salish
      • Northern Coast Salish
      • Southern Coast Salish
      • Southwestern Coast Salish
    • Northern Northwest Coast
      • Haida
      • Tlingit
      • Tsimshian
    • Southern Northwest Coast
      • Alsea
      • Chinook
      • Coos (Kusan)
      • Makah
      • Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka)
      • Quileute
      • Southern Northwest Coast Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Takelma (Rogue River Indians)
      • Tillamook
      • Tututni (Tutuni)
      • Yaquina (Yakwina)
  • Pampas/Patagonia
    • Pampas/Patagonia (no sub-culture area)
      • Belén/Santa María (archaeological culture)
      • Charrúa (Charrua)
      • Intihuasi Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • La Aguada (archaeological culture)
      • Tehuelche
  • Plains
    • Central Plains
      • Dakota (Eastern Sioux)
      • Lakota (Teton/Western Sioux)
      • Nakota (Yankton Sioux)
      • Plains Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Village Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Sioux
      • Tsitsistas/Suhtai (Cheyenne)
    • Northern Plains
      • A'aninin (Gros Ventre)
      • Anishinaabe (Chippewa/Ojibwa)
      • Apsáalooke (Crow/Absaroke)
      • Cree
      • Inunaina (Arapaho)
      • Minitari (Hidatsa)
      • Nakota (Yankton Sioux)
      • Niitsitapii (Blackfoot/Blackfeet)
      • Numakiki (Mandan)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Cree (Prairie Cree)
      • Plains Village Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Sahnish (Arikara)
      • Tsuu T'ina (Sarcee)
    • Prairie
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Iowa
      • Kaw (Kansa)
      • Kickapoo
      • Meskwaki (Fox)
      • Missouria (Missouri)
      • Omaha
      • Osage
      • Oto
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Village Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Ponca
      • Sac and Fox (Sauk & Fox)
      • Sauk
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Southern Plains
      • Apache
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Chaticks Si Chaticks (Pawnee)
      • Kiowa
      • Niuam (Comanche)
      • Pecos Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Plains Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Quapaw
      • Tonkawa
      • Wichita
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
  • Plateau
    • Interior Salish
      • Kamloops (Klamloops) Salish
      • Nlaka'pamux (Thompson River Salish)
      • Okanagan
      • Shuswap
      • Snake River (archaeological culture)
      • Stl'atl'imx (Lillooet)
      • Stó:lo (Lower Fraser River Salish)
    • Plateau (no sub-culture area)
      • Cayuse
      • Colville
      • Kalispel (Pend d'Oreilles)
      • Klamath
      • Klikitat
      • Kootenai (Kutenai)
      • Methow
      • Molala
      • Nimi'ipuu (Nez Perce)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Salish (Flathead)
      • Snake River (archaeological culture)
      • Spokan
      • Umatilla
      • Walla Walla (Wallawalla)
      • Warm Springs
      • Wasco
      • Windust Phase (archaeological culture)
      • Wishram
      • Yakama (Yakima)
  • Southeast
    • Florida
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Calusa (archaeological)
      • Mississippian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Seminole
      • Seminole (archaeological)
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Gulf
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Chitimacha
      • Choctaw
      • Coushatta (Koasati)
      • Mississippian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Tunica
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Southeastern Uplands
      • Alibamu
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Caddo
      • Catawba
      • Cherokee
      • Chickasaw
      • Choctaw
      • Euchee (Yuchi)
      • Guale (archaeological)
      • Lumbee
      • Mississippian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Muskogee (Creek)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Tutelo
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
  • Southern South America
    • Chilean Coast
      • Chilote
      • Huilliche
      • Mapuche
      • Mapuche (archaeological)
    • Tierra del Fuego
      • Qawasqar (Alacaluf)
      • Selk'nam (Ona)
      • Yámana (Yagán/Yahgan)
  • Southwest
    • Baja California
      • Cochimi
      • Kiliwa
    • Northern Mexico
      • Cahita
      • Coahuiltec
      • Opata
      • Paquimé (Casas Grandes) (archaeological culture)
      • Pecos Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Rarámuri (Tarahumara)
      • Seri
    • O'odham
      • Akimel O'odham (Pima)
      • Hohokam Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Tohono O'odham (Papago)
    • Plateau Yumans
      • Havasupai (Coconino)
      • Hualapai (Walapai)
      • Yavapai
    • Pueblo
      • A:shiwi (Zuni)
      • A:shiwi (Zuni) (archaeological)
      • Hopi Pueblo
      • Hopi Pueblo (archaeological)
      • Keresan Pueblos
      • Mogollon Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Oshara Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Pueblo (Anasazi) (archaeological)
      • Tewa Pueblos
      • Tiwa Pueblos
      • Towa Pueblos
    • River Yumans
      • Cocopa
      • Mojave (Mohave)
      • Piipaash (Maricopa)
      • Quechan (Yuma/Cuchan)
    • Southern Athapaskans
      • Apache
      • Diné (Navajo)
  • Subarctic
    • Central Subarctic
      • Anishinaabe (Chippewa/Ojibwa)
      • Cree
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Shield Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Eastern Subarctic
      • Anishinaabe (Chippewa/Ojibwa)
      • Cree
      • Innu
      • Shield Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Western Subarctic
      • Northern Athapaskan
  • Woodlands
    • Central Woodlands
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Mississippian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Shawnee
      • Shawnee (archaeological)
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Great Lakes
      • Anishinaabe (Chippewa/Ojibwa)
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Ho-Chunk (Winnebago)
      • Illiniwek (Illinois)
      • Lake Forest Late Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Menominee (Menomini)
      • Miami
      • Odawa (Ottawa)
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Potawatomi
      • Wendat (Huron)
      • Wendat (Huron) (archaeological)
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Mid-Atlantic
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Late Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Lenape (Delaware)
      • Nanticoke
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Piscataway (Conoy)
      • Powhatan
      • Susquehannock (archaeological)
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)
    • Northeast
      • Algonquin (Algonkin)
      • Archaic Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Iroquois
      • Long Island Indians
      • Mahican
      • Massachusett
      • Mohegan
      • Narragansett
      • Niantic
      • Paleoindian Tradition (archaeological culture)
      • Paugussett (Paugusset)
      • Pequot
      • Quinnipiac
      • Schaghticoke
      • Tunxis
      • Wabanaki
      • Wampanoag
      • Woodland Tradition (archaeological culture)