Indigopedia: Mohawk

The Syilx people, also known as the Okanagan people, are part of the Interior Salish ethnological and linguistic group in North America and today number about twenty-one hundred.
They live in British Columbia and Washington state, Canada. Their land lie on both sides of the Okanagan River, east to the Selkirk range, west to the Cascades summit, south into Washington bounded by the Columbia River and Lake Chelan and north up to Salmon River.

Indigopedia: Syilx – Okanagen People

The Syilx people, also known as the Okanagan people, are part of the Interior Salish ethnological and linguistic group in North America and today number about twenty-one hundred.
They live in British Columbia and Washington state, Canada. Their land lie on both sides of the Okanagan River, east to the Selkirk range, west to the Cascades summit, south into Washington bounded by the Columbia River and Lake Chelan and north up to Salmon River.

Indigopedia: Warao – People of Canoe

Warao, also spelled Warrau or Guarauno, are nomadic South American Indigenous speaking Warao.

This tribe inhabits a 25.000km big system of approximately 300 canals on the swampy delta of the Orinoco River. Some Warao also live east of the Pomeroon River in Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago.

By the end of the 20th century, the population of the tribe was estimated at 35,000 individuals.

Indigopedia: Q’ero – The Last Inca People

Q’ero is an ancient, Quechua speaking tribe. They are the last living descendants of Incas.

There’s about 3000 Q’eros today, living in high altitudes of Andes Mountains in Peru. They fleed there in 1500’s, when spanish conquers forced Incan People into labour, succesfully preserving their wisdom and culture.