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Though Peru, Bolivia, and Chile have had a long mining tradition, until the early
1970s the reserves of the continent were only very roughly estimated, particularly
where minerals exist in widely scattered beds or under dense vegetal cover.
Leco Bolivia 2. Andoque (9) Colombia 10. Carijona (Guaque [Guake], Colombia
40. Lulean (48) 3. Araucanian or Mapuche (32, 37) Chile, Umaua) A. Lule or
Tonocotet Argentina 11. Colimat, Muzo, Pijiao Colombia B. Vilela or Chunupi ...
Important languages still spoken are Goajiro (45,000 speakers) in Colombia,
Campa (25,- 000) and Machiguenga (6,000) in Peru, and Mojo (3,000) and
Baure (3,500) in Bolivia. Although most Arawakan languages have been
recognized as ...
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