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  Lifestyles Results: Ecuador
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22553   Ecuador's Crowns of Straw: Panama Hats Were Never Made in Panama  
Victor Englebert
The sun was already weighing down heavily as I got off the bus. It was just half past nine on a quiet Sunday morning. I gathered my things and started to walk up the main street ... Issue Date: 9 / 2002

22181   The Twelve-Grain Tradition  
For most Catholics, Good Friday is a day to eat fish. In Ecuador, however, the menu is dominated by grain. Various types are cooked in milk and stirred into a soup, with eggs, ... Issue Date: 4 / 2002

16644   Saquisili: An Ecuadoran Market Town  
Gary Predmore
A thousand years ago, so legends tell, the Cara Indian nation founded cities on the Pacific along the northern coast of Ecuador. Gradually the Cara penetrated beyond the edges of ... Issue Date: 10 / 1989

15807   Waorani: From Warfare to Peacefulness  
Clay and Carole Robarchek
The Waorani, living at the headwaters of the Amazon in eastern Ecuador, were until quite recently the most warlike society known to anthropology, with a homicide rate exceeding ... Issue Date: 1 / 1989

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