books

Books about Kalapalo:

booksKalapalo Indians of Central Brazil (Case studies in cultural anthropology) by Ellen B. Basso (Sep 3, 1973)

booksMusical View of the Universe: Kalapalo Myth and Ritual Performances (University of Pennsylvania publications in... by Ellen B. Basso (Apr 1, 1985)

booksKALAPALO BIOGRAPHY: PSYCHOLOGY AND LANGUAGE IN A SOUTH AMERICAN ORAL HISTORY [CENTRAL BRAZIL] by Ellen B Basso (1989)

booksTHE KALAPALO INDIANS OF CENTRAL BRAZIL. From the series: Case Studies in Cultural Anthropology. by Ellen B. Basso (1973)

wiki

Wiki information Kalapalo:

Kalapalo people
Ethnicity

The Kalapalo are one of the seventeen Brazilian indigenous tribes who inhabit the Xingu National Park in the Upper Xingu river region of the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso. They are also one of the four peoples speaking Cariban languages in the area....

Amonap language
Human Language

Amonap, AKA Apalakiri or Kuikúro-Kalapálo or Matipuy, is a Cariban language spoken by the Kuikuro and Kalapalo peoples of Brazil.