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The groom also takes the last name of the bride.

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. Migrant labor and the sale of provide other sources of income. The saila is customarily both the political and religious leader of the community; he memorizes songs which relate the sacred history of the people, and in turn transmits them to the people. These migrations were caused partly by wars with the Catio people, but some sources contend that they were mostly due to bad treatment by the Spanish invaders. Most imported goods originate from Colombian, Mexican or Chinese ships and are sold in small retail stores owned by Guna people. Comarca Kuna Yala / Congreso Generales Kunas. Laenud 200 euri. Kuna arhivaalides ( tk) olev info on nii eesti kui investeerimine laenud membre pour viser investeerimine laenud toiduga varustatuse, keskkonnakaitse, kliimamuutuse. Guna people live in three politically autonomous or autonomous reservations in Panama, and in a few small villages in Colombia.

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. Although it is relatively viable, Guna is considered an endangered language. The Guna are famous for their bright molas, a colorful textile art form made with the techniques of appliqué and reverse appliqué. means "clothing" in the Guna language. The Guna have a long deep rooted history of mercantilism and a longstanding tradition of selling goods through family owned venues.

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. The other two Guna comarcas in Panama are Kuna de Madugandí and Kuna de Wargandí. Plantains, coconuts, and fish form the core of the Guna diet, supplemented with imported foods, a few domestic animals, and wild game. Guna communities in Panama City are typically made up of migrant laborers and small business owners, although many Guna also migrate to Panama City to sell fish and agricultural products produced by their respective communities. Also known as the flag of Guna Yala island today, the flag is used for the province of San Blas and also as the Guna ethnic flag. In far-eastern Guna Yala, the community of New Caledonia is near the site where Scottish explorers tried, unsuccessfully, to establish a colony in the "New World". The Guna have been staunchly resistant to Hispanic assimilation, largely retaining their dress and language in migrant communities throughout Panama. The Guna have not excised tax when trading goods and place strong emphasis on economic success. Centuries before the conquest, the Gunas arrived in South America as part of a Chibchan migration moving east from Central America. The Guna themselves attribute their migration to Guna Yala to conflicts with the aboriginal peoples, and their migration to the islands to the excessive mosquito populations on the mainland. Guna families are matrilinear and matrilocal, with the groom moving to become part of the bride's family. The saila is usually accompanied by one or more who function as interpreters and counselors for the saila. Mis on aga võimalik, on laen ilma palgatõendita. Tourism is now an important part of the economy in the Carti region, and abandoned goods from the drug trade provide occasional windfalls. Dulegaya is the primary language of daily life in the and the majority of Guna children speak the language.

They are Guna-speaking people who once occupied the central region of what is now Panama and the neighboring San Blas Islands and still survive in marginal areas. According to one explanation, it symbolizes the four sides of the world or the origin from which peoples of the world emerged. Because the songs and oral history of the Guna are in a higher linguistic register with specialized vocabulary, the saila's recitation will frequently be followed by an explanation and interpretation from one of the voceros in informal Guna language. Most Gunas live on small islands off the coast of the comarca of Guna Yala known as the San Blas Islands. This tradition of trade and self-determination has been credited by many as a chief reason why the Guna have been able to successfully function independently compared to other indigenous groups. The sale of Mola and other forms of Guna art has become a large part of the Guna peoples economy in recent years and mola vendors can be found in most cities in Panama where they are marketed to both foreigners and Hispano Panamanians. Spanish is also widely used, especially in education and written documents. There is a wide consensus regarding the migrations of Gunas from Colombia and the Darien towards what is now Guna Yala. "L'albinisme oculocutané: mises au point clinique, historique et anthropologique" [Oculocutaneous albinism: clinical, historical and anthropological aspects]. Suhteliselt odavale laenule ning kergele kättesaadavusele alternatiivina tasuks mõtelda, kas laenu on ikkagi vaja võtta ehk on muid võimalusi hakkama saamiseks. Mola panels are used to make the blouses of the Guna women's national dress, which is worn daily by many Guna women. They spent the most time in the Gulf of Urabá, where they made contact with the Gunas. At the time of the Spanish invasion, they were living in the region of Uraba and near the borders of what are now Antioquia and Caldas. During the first decades of the twentieth century, the Panamanian government attempted to suppress many of the traditional customs. In the Onmaked Nega, the saila sings the history, legends, and laws of the Guna, as well as administering the day-to-day political and social affairs. There are also communities of Guna people in Panama City, Colón, and other cities. "Nuestras Autoridades de Kuna Yala" [Our Authorities of Kuna Yala]

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