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Ecuador Quicha Indians

In the highlands of Ecuador survive thousands of Quichua Indians, who have changed little in dress and habits during the thousands of years which have elapsed since their ancestors built great civilizations before the dawn of history. A view of the crowded public market at Riobamba, Ecuador, on May 5, 1938, each Saturday the Quichuas come to sell all manner of wares. Picture taken during a expedition of Captain G. Allan Hancock to Ecuador. (AP Photo)

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May 05, 1938 04:00:00 AM
September 26, 2011 09:56:04 AM
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
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3000 x 2460 4.99 MB
Riobamba, Ecuador
APHSL47187
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