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PEOPLE INDIANS BRAZIL
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September 17, 2004
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil John Danilovich holds the passports of representatives of tribal indians at...
Brasilia, Brazil
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil Danilovich receives indigenous peoples at the Embassy in Brasilia.
U.S. Ambassador to Brazil John Danilovich holds the passports of representatives of tribal indians at the U.S. Embassy in Brasilia, September 17, 2004. Indigenous representatives from the Tapirape, Kaapor and Suya tribes received their visas to travel to the United States to attend the opening of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, which opens on September 21 in Washington. Brazil's indigenous representatives helped with consultations about exhibits to be displayed at the museum, located on the National Mall. The museum will be a tribute to the history and cultures of native peoples of the Americas. REUTERS/Antonio Cruz/Agencia Brasil ABR/GN
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