Colorado Native American Family, Ecuador

This image shows  an extended Ecuadorian native family as they show their handiwork with wool.

The description states:


with a primitive loom where they weave their cloth. – ECUADOR

–The term Colorado is no longer used, and the most likely identifier for this family is Kichwa, which identifies a linguistic group more than an ethnic one, but this group accounts for about 94% of all native Ecuadorian people.

This card was used and is dated 8 December 1966.

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