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'Two native Americans. One offers the other a boleadora.Boleadoras were tools used by indigenous peoples of the Argentinian Pampas to hunt. A boleadora consisted of two stones bound by a leather cord which were thrown and then used to trip an animal. The gauchos, or cowboys, of Argentina later would refine this tool and make it their own.'
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Título Indios del Río de la Plata, detalle
Autor Hendrick Ottsen
Fecha 1617
Fuente The journal of the voyage of Hendrick Ottsen
Créditos JCB Archive of Early American Images, Brown University
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