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Savages

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This edition was published in by Knopf, Distributed by Random House in New York.

Written in English

273 pages

"Journalist's fascinating and well-written account of the Huao peoples' struggle against North American oil companies and evangelical missionaries resulting from the construction of the oil pipeline in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Provides an insider's view of international NGO politics, indigenous federation politics, missionized indigenous peoples, and the special place occupied by the Huao in Ecuadorian indigenous struggles"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

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Savages

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Work Description

"Journalist's fascinating and well-written account of the Huao peoples' struggle against North American oil companies and evangelical missionaries resulting from the construction of the oil pipeline in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Provides an insider's view of international NGO politics, indigenous federation politics, missionized indigenous peoples, and the special place occupied by the Huao in Ecuadorian indigenous struggles"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

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THE PORT OF Coca sits on the north bank of the broad, brown Napo River, in the very heart of the Oriente, which may well be the richest biotic zone on the planet.
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Classifications

Library of Congress F3722.1.H83 K36 1995
Dewey 333.3/0981/1

Savages

1st ed.

This edition was published in by Knopf, Distributed by Random House in New York.


Edition Description

"Journalist's fascinating and well-written account of the Huao peoples' struggle against North American oil companies and evangelical missionaries resulting from the construction of the oil pipeline in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Provides an insider's view of international NGO politics, indigenous federation politics, missionized indigenous peoples, and the special place occupied by the Huao in Ecuadorian indigenous struggles"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-273).
"Portions of this book were originally published in The New Yorker in slightly different form as 'Amazon showdown: a Stone Age tribe fights American oil' (9/27/93) and 'an Amazon Indian in D.C.'s jungle' (5/2/94)"--T.p. verso.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
333.3/0981/1
Library of Congress
F3722.1.H83 K36 1995

The Physical Object

Pagination
xi, 273 p. :
Number of pages
273

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL1272914M
Internet Archive
savages00kane
ISBN 10
0679411917
LC Control Number
95004258
Library Thing
253763
Goodreads
1756171

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