Scenes from the Guaycura Nation

There never was a Guaycura Nation, but rather, small hunter-gatherer bands who wandered with the seasons, and sometimes took shelter in open caves. The pictures that follow will give you some idea of where they lived.

Please keep in mind that the collecting, selling or buying of Indian artifacts is prohibited by Mexican law. This is especially important because undisturbed sites allow us to gain some knowledge of these now extinct people.


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