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The culture names that are entry titles are in boldface. The letter a following a volume number indicates a listing in the appendix to that volume. ) indicates that the article is to be found in Part One, Russia and Eurasia; (C) indicates that the article is in Part Two, China. Aaingang, 7: Kaingang A Bai, 2: Ambae Abaka Tatars, 6(R): Khakas Abans, 6(R): Shors Abagusii, 9: Gusii Abaluhya, 9: Luyia Abaluyia, 9: Luyia Abazintsy, 6(R): Abkhazians Abbe, 9a Abdal, 9: Peripatetics of Afghanistan, Iran, and Turkey (Turkey) Abe, 9a: Abbe Abelam, 2 Abenaki, 1 Abenaque, 1: Abenaki Abenaquioicts, 1: Abenaki Abenaquois, 1: Abenaki Abidji, 9a Abkhazians, 6(R) Abkhazy, 6(R): Abkhazians Abnaki, 1: Abenaki Abo, 9a: Toposa Abor, 3 Abron, 9a Absarokee, 1: Crow Abuan, 9a Abui, 7a: Hishkariana Abuit, 3: Abor Abulas, 2: Abelam Abu Sharib, 9a Acadians, 1 Acadians of Louisiana, 1: Cajuns Acadiens, 1: Acadians Acaguayo, 7: Akawaio Acari, 3a: Navandanna Acauayo, 7: Akawaio Acawai, 7: Akawaio Accawai, 7: Akawaio Acehnese, 5 Acha, 6(C): Jingpo Achagua, 7a: Achawa Achang, 6(C) Acharaj, 3a: Mahabrahman Ach'areli, 6(R): Ajarians Achari, 3a: Kammalan Acharji, 3a: Kammalan Achawa, 7a Achawa, 9a: Yao Ache, 7 Achehnese, 5: Acehnese Achik, 3: Garo Achinese, 5: Acehnese Acholi, 9 Achomawi, 1: Achumawi Achumano, 7: Chimane Achumawi, 1 Acolapissa, la Acoli, 9: Acholi Acoma, 1: Keres Pueblo Indians; Pueblo Indians Acooli, 9: Acholi Acquewyen, 7: Akawaio Acra, 9a: Ga-Adandme-Krobo Acuria, 7a: Akurio Adal, 9: Afar Adamstown Indians, 1: American Isolates Adare, 9a: Harari Addo, 9a: Edo-Speaking Peoples Adhola, 9a: Padhola 17 Adi, 3a Adi, 3: Abor Adi-Dravida, 3: Untouchables Adi-Dravida, 3a: Holeya Adigal, 3a: Adiyan Adikal, 3a: Ambalavasi Adioukrou, 9a Adivasis, 3: Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Adivichanch, 3a: 1r Advichinchez, 3&.

9: Peripatetics of Iraq ... Yemen (Yemen) Ahl-i-Hadi, 3a: Wahabi Ahni, 6(C): Hani Ahtena, 1: Ahtna Ahtna, 1 Ahtnakotana, 1: Ahtna Ahuahun, 7: Aguaruna Aiaho, 1: Chiricahua Aiga, 2: Orokaiva Aikana, 7a Aimaq, 9 Aimol, 3a: Kuki Aini, 5: Akha; 6(C): Hani Aino, 5: Ainu Ainu, 5; 6(R) Aiome Pygmies, 2: Gainj Aivilingmiut, 1: Iglulik Inuit Aizo, 9a Aja-Gbe, 9a: Adja Ajagyak Brahman, 3a: Babhan Ajaju, 7: Karihona Ajana, 7a: Wayana Ajarians, 6(R) Aji, 6(C): Jingpo Ajibba, 9a: Murle Ajie, 2 ajNenton, 8: Chuj ajSan Mateyo, 8: Chuj ajSan Sabastyan, 8: Chuj Ajudhyabasi, 3a: Audhiya Ajukru, 9a: Adioukrou Ajuru, 7a: Wayor6 Aka, 3a Aka, 5: Akha Ak'a, 5: Akha Aka, 9: Tropical-Forest Foragers Aka-Bala-wa, 3a: Aka-Bale Aka-Bale, 3a Aka-Bea, 3a Aka-Bo, 3a Aka-Bojig-yab, 3a: A-Pucikwar Aka-Cari, 3a Aka-jeru, 3a Aka-Kede, 3a Aka-Kol, 3a Aka-Kora, 3a Akali, 3a Akan, 9 Akansa, 1: Quapaw Akapotuval, 3a: Mussad Akawai, 7: Akawaio Akawaio, 7 Akawoio, 7: Akawaio Akeroa, 9a: Toposa Akha, 5 Akha, 6(C): Hani Akhuni, 2: Dani Aki, 5: Banggai Akimel O'Odham, 1: Pima-Papago Akka, 5: Akha Ak Nogays (White Nogays), 6(R): Nogays Akokolemu, 9a: Kuman Akosa, 9: Lunda Aksali, 3a: Sonar Aksulik, 6(C): Uigur Akuapem, 9: Akan Akuawa-Asurini, 7: Asurini Akuliyo, 7a: Akurio Akulmiut, 1: Central Yup'ik Eskimos Akum, 9a: Kuman Akurio, 7a Akwa, 9a: Nyakwai Akwamu, 9: Akan Akwawa, 7a: Parakani Akwaya, 7: Asurini Akwe, 7: Sherente Akwen, 7: Shavante Akwen, 7a: Shakriaba Akwe-Shavante, 7: Shavante Akyem, 9: Akan Alaba, 9a Alabama, I Alabama-Coushatta, 1: Alabama Alacaluf, 7a: Kawe'skar Alada, 9a: Goun Alagia, 9a: Alladian Ala Igbo, 9: Igbo Alak, 5 Alakong, 5: Bahnar Alama, 7: Canelos Quichua Alan, 6(R): Balkars Alante, 9a: Balante Alaqeband, 3a: Patwa Alas, 6(R): Laz Albanians, 4 Albanians, 1: European-Americans; European-Canadians Albanois, 4: Albanians Alcojolados, 7: Paraujano Alemanes, 4: Germans Alequa, 1: Yurok Aleut, 1 Aleut, 1: Pacific Eskimo Aleutian, 1: Aleut Aleuts, 6(R) Algonkin, 1 Algonquin, 1: Algonkin Alia, 3a: Chasa Alibamu, 1: Alabama Edtnonym Index 19 Alifura, 5: Ambonese A-Liko, 5: Melanau Aliles, 7: Paraujano Aliquois, 1: Yurok Alishan, 5: Taiwan Aboriginal Peoples Alitkar, 3a: Khatik Alkari, 3a Alladian, 9a Allar, 3a Allemands, 4: Germans Alliklik, 1: Serrano Alliouagana, 8: Montserratians Alomwe, 9a: Macua-Lomue A Long, 6(C): Nu Aloreezen, 5: Alorese Alorese, 5 Alsatians, 4 Alsea, la Alta, 5: Agta Alta, 6(R): Altaians Altai, 6(R): Altaians Altaians, 6(R) Altai Turks, 6(R): Altaians Altays, 6(R): Altaians Alucuyana, 7a: Wayana Alu-Kurumbas, 3: Kurumbas Alur, 9 Alutiiq, 1: Pacific Eskimo Aluunda, 9: Lunda Alyoot, 1: Aleut Amage, 7: Amuesha Amaguaca, 7: Amahuaca Amahuaca, 7 Amajo, 7: Amuesha Amajuaca, 7: Amahuaca Amamijin, 5: Okinawans Amanaje, 7a: Amanaye Amanaye, 7: Anambe Amanaye, 7a Amandebele, 9: Ndebele Amangbetu, 9: Mangbetu Amar, 9a: Haner Amara, 9: Amhara Amat, 3a Amath, 3a: Amat Amawaka, 7: Amahuaca Amba, 9a Ambae, 2 Ambalakkaran, 3a Ambalavasi, 3a Ambastha, 3a: Baidya Ambattan, 3a Ambekar, 3a: Besta Ambelam, 2: Abelam Ambelas, 2: Abelam Ambi, 3a: Besta Ambig, 3a: Besta Ambiga, 3a: Besta Ambo, 9a: Ovambo Ambonese, 5 Ambulas, 2: Abelam Amelecite, 1: Maliseet 'Amer, 9: Peripatetics of the Maghreb (Algeria) American Isolates, 1 Americo-Liberians, 9 Ameshe, 1: Hidatsa Amhara, 9 Ami, 5: Taiwan Aboriginal Peoples Amia, 5: Taiwan Aboriginal Peoples Amina, 9a: Ga-Adandme-Krobo Amish, 1 Amma Coorg, 3a: Amma Coorg Amma Kodagi, 3a: Amma Coorg Amniape, 7a: Meke Amojave, 1: Mohave Am6kebeit, 7: Mocovi Ampika, 9a: Bolewa Amueixa, 7: Amuesha Amuesha, 7 Amuetamo, 7: Amuesha Amuzgo, 8 Anaang, 9a Anabaptists, 1: Mennonites Anabaptosts, 7: Mennonites Anago, 9: Yoruba Anal, 3a: Kuki Anambi, 7 Anambe, 7: Anambe A-nan, 6(C): Maonan Anangai, 2: Woleai Anavil Brahman, 3 Ancutere, 7: Siona-Secoya Andal, 6(R): Andis Andalucians, 4: Andalusians Andalusians, 4 Andamanese, 3 Ande, 7: Campa Andh, 3a Andhra, 3: Telugu Andhra Brahman, 3a Andiitsy, 6(R): Andis Andira, 7a: Maw6 Andis, 6(R) Andoa, 7a Andoke, 7a Andoque, 7a: Andoke Andresero, 8: Tzotzil of San Andrfs Larrafnzar Ang, 6(C): De'ang Angai Tagaro, 2: Ambae Angaite, 7 Angaite, 7a: Maskoi Angal, 2: Mendi Angami, 3: Nagas Anganen, 2: Mendi Angarakudu, 3a: Mangala Angate, 7: Angaite Angkola-Sipirok, 5: Batak Anglo-Indian, 3 Anglo-Irish, 4: Northern Irish Anglophones of Cameroon Angoni, 9a: Ngoni Angotero, 7: Siona-Secoya Anguillans, 8 Angutero, 7: Siona-Secoya Ani Igbo, 9: Igbo I lAnikhoe, 9a Anishinabe, 1: Ojibwa Anitakwa, 1: Catawba Ankole, 9a Ankwe, 9a Annakaza, 9a Annamese, 5: Vietnamese Antandroy, 9: Tandroy Anti, 7: Campa; Matsigenka Antigua and Barbuda, 8 Antyaja, 3a: Madiga Antyaja, 3a: Mala A Nu, 6(C): Nu Afhu, 7: Paraujano Anuak, 9 Anung, 5: Lisu Anuta, 2 Anuu, 7: Paraujano Anyi, 9: Akan Anyin, 9a: Agni Ao, 3: Nagas Aoaqui, 7a: Urak Aoba, 2: Ambae Apaches de Cuartelejo, 1: Mescalero Apache Apaches de Nabaju, 1: Navajo Apaches del Rio Grande, 1: Mescalero Apache Apaches-Mohaves, 1: Yavapai Apachi, 1: Mescalero Apache Apalachee, la Apalai, 7 Apalakiri, 7: Kalapalo Apalaquiri, 7: Kalapalo Aparahya, 7: Apalai Aparai, 7: Apalai Aparay, 7: Apalai Apa Tani, 3a Apayao, 5: Isneg Apiaka, 7 Apiaka del Rio Tocantin, 7a: Arra Parirf Apichum, 7a: Wayor6 Apinaye, 7a Appa, 9a: Yergam Appalachians, 1 Appareille, 7: Apalai Appiroi, 7: Appalai Apsaalooke, 1: Crow Apsaroke, 1: Crow Apswa, 6(R): Abkhazians APucikwar, 3a Aquitaine, 4 A'raab, 9: Bedouin Arab Americans, 1 Arabci, 9: Peripatetics of Afghanistan, Iran, and Turkey (Turkey) Arabela, 7a Arab Muslims, 1: Arab Americans 20 Ethnonym Index Arabophone Jews, 9: Jews, ArabicSpeaking Arabs, 9 Aradhi, 3a: Bhute Aradhya, 3a Aradhya Brahman, 3a: Aradhya Araibayba, 7: Guarayu; Pauserna Arain, 3a Arakh, 3a Aramasen Chuuk, 2: Truk Aranadan, 3a Aranda, 2 Arandan, 3a: Aranadan Arandeuara, 7a: Amanaye Araona, 7a Arapaho, 1 Arapahoe, 1: Arapaho Arapaso, 7a Arapaso, 7a: Tucano Arapaso-Tapuya, 7a: Arapaso Arapesh, 2: Mountain Arapesh Arapium, 7a: Mawe Arara, 7a: Arara Parirf; Koaya Arara do Para, 7a: Arara Pariri Arara Pariri, 7a Arasario, 7a: Malayo Arasu, 3a Araucanians, 7 Arauira, 7: Bororo Arawak, 7a: Lokono Arawako, 7a: Bintukua Arawate, 7 Arawe, 2: Sengseng Arberesh, 4: Albanians Arctic Highlanders, 1: Inughuit 'Are'are, 2: Malaita Arecuna, 7: Pemon Are Katika, 3a: Kasai Arekuna, 7: Pemon Arenakotte, 7a: Patamona Areneno, 1: Pima-Papago Arewaru, 3a: Kasai Argobba, 9a Argobbinya, 9a: Argobba Arhuaco, 7a: Bintukua Ari, 9a: Abidji Aricours, 7: Palikur Arihini-Bare, 7a: Barf Arikapu, 7a: Jabuti Arikara, 1 Arindrano, 9: Betsileo Arisan, 5: Taiwan Aboriginal Peoples Ariti, 7: Paresi Arkansas, 1: Quapaw Arleng, 3: Mikir Arlija, 4: Xoraxane Roma Armenians, 6(R) Armenians, 1: European-Americans; European-Canadians Armyanin, 6(R): Armenians Ama, 9: Hausa Arna, 9a Amauts, 4: Albanians Arnuta, 4: Xoraxane Roma Aromans, 4: Romanians Aromuni, 4: Vlachs Arora, 3a Arouaques-Kaggaba, 7: Kogi Arra-Arra, 1: Karok Arrernte, 2: Aranda Arta, 5: Agta Arua, 7a Arua, 7a: Marworna Arubans, 8 Arunta, 2: Aranda Arupa, 7a: Urupa Arusi-Guji, 9a: Oromo Arut, 5: Kalimantan Dayaks Aruund, 9: Lunda Arvanits, 4: Albanians Arveqtormiut, 1: Netsilik Inuit Arvemes, 4: Auvergnats Aryan, 3.

See Russia; specific republics Spain Andalusians, 4:9-12 Balearics, 4:29 Basques, 4:29-32 Canarians, 4:50-53 Castilians, 4:57-61 Catalans, 4:61-64 Galicians, 4:118-121 Gitanos, 4:127-130 Leonese, 4:160-162 Otavalo, 7:252-255 Pasiegos, 4:188-191 peripatetics, 4:195-197 Sephardic Jews, 4:228-229 Spaniards, 4:254-255 Spanish Rom, 4:254-255 Sri Lanka Chinese of South Asia, 3:68 Europeans in South Asia, 3:79-80 Moor, 3:180-181 refugees in India, 3:250 Sinhalese, 3:264-267 Tamil, 3:280-284 Vedda, 3:300-303 Sudan Acholi, 9:3-6 Anuak, 9:21-22 Arabs, 9:22-25 Baggara, 9:28-32 Bedouin, 9:42-46 Copts, 9:68-69 Dinka, 9:69-71 Fulani, 9:100-103 Nubians, 9:245-248 Nuer, 9:249-250 peripatetics, 9:276-277 Shilluk, 9:310-311 Suri, 9:323-327 Zande, 9:397-400 Surname Chinese in the English-speaking Caribbean, 8:55-58 Hindu, 3:102 Maroni Carib, 7:220 Saramaka, 7:296-298 Trio, 7:334-337 Swaziland Swazi, 9:329-333 Sweden Estonians, 6:111-115 peripatetics, 4:195-197 Saami, 4:220-223 Scandinavian peripatetics, 4:228-229 Siberian Estonians, 6:335-337 Swedes, 4:256-258 Switzerland German Swiss, 4:124-127 Jurassians, 4:157-158 peripatetics, 4:195-197 Romansch, 4:215-216 Swiss, 4:259 Swiss, Italian, 4:259-262 Syria Arabs, 9:22-25 Chaldeans, 9:63-64 Chechen-Ingush, 6:71-76 Circassians, 6:85-91;9:65-68 Druze, 9:74-75 Jacobites, 9:131-133 Jews, Arabic-speaking, 9:134-136 Kurds, 9:174-177 Maronites, 9:218-220 Palestinians, 9:262-266 peripatetics, 9:276-277 Taiwan Bunun, 5:55-58 Hakka, 6:436-439 Han, 6:439-449 Hui, 6:452-454 Taiwan aboriginal peoples, 5:256-258 Taiwanese, 5:258-259 Tajikistan Bukharan Jews, 6:62-65 Germans, 6:137-140 Jews of the Middle East, 9:147-148 Koreans, 6:204-207 Kurds, 6:224-227 Pamir peoples, 6:302-306 Tajiks, 6:351-354, 492 Turkmens, 6:368-372 Uighur, 6:381-385 Tanzania Asians of Africa, 9:26 Chagga, 9:60-62 Fipa, 9:98-100 Hindu, 3:102 Iraqw, 9:124-126 Luo, 9:200 Maasai, 9:207-210 Nyakyusa and Ngonde, 9:251-254 Nyamwezi and Sukuma, 9:255-258 Okiek, 9:258-262 Zaramo, 9:400-403 Thailand Akha, 5:11-13 Buddhist, 5:47-48 Central Thai, 5:69-72 Chaobon, 5:74 Chinese in Southeast Asia, 5:74-78 Chong, 5:78 Hani, 6:449-451 Hindu, 3:102 Hmong, 5:92-95 Karen, 5:124-130 Kmhmu, 5:138-141 Kui, 5:150 Lahu, 5:150-154 Lao, 5:157-160 Lao Isan, 5:160-163 Lawa, 5:163 Lisu, 5:163-166;6:465-466 Mon, 5:188-189 Pak Thai, 5:200 Sea Nomads of the Andaman, 5:227229 Sek, 5:230 Selung/Moken, 5:230-233 List of Cultures by Country Semang, 5:233-236 Shan, 5:239-241 So, 5:242 South Asians in Southeast Asia, 5:243 Tin, 5:277-280 Vietnamese, 5:284-287 Yao of Thailand, 5:291-293 Yuan, 5:293-294 Yumbri, 5:294 Tibet Abor, 3:3-5 Buddhist, 5:47-48 refugees in India/Nepal, 3:250 Togo Ewe and Fon, 9:83-88 Songhay, 9:319-320 Yoruba, 9:390-391 Tonga Niue, 2:251-252 Tonga, 2:336-339 Tory Island Tory Islanders, 4:264-266 Transylvania ethnic groups, 4:266-269 Trinidad and Tobago Chinese in the English-speaking Caribbean, 8:55-58 East Indians in Trinidad, 8:104-107 Garifuna, 8:113-115 Hindu, 3:102 Trinidadians and Tobagonians, 8:266269 Tunisia Arabs, 9:22-25 Bedouin, 9:42-46 Turkey Abkhazians, 6:5-10 Albanians, 4:3-8 Arabs, 9:22-25 Assyrians, 9:27-28 Chaldeans, 9:63 64 Chechen-Ingush, 6:71-76 Circassians, 6:85-91;9:65-68 Gagauz, 6:124-126 Georgians, 6:129-137 Jacobites, 9:131-133 Jews of Kurdistan, 9:144-147 Karakalpaks, 6:165-169 Kurds, 9:174-177 Laz, 6:238-241 Nestorians, 9:241-244 Nogays, 6:286-290 Ossetes, 6:297-302 peripatetics, 9:274-276 Pomaks, 4:204-205 Sephardic Jews, 4:228, 229 Syriacs, 9:334-335 Turkmens, 6:368-372 Turks, 9:373-376 Yezidis, 6:407-411 Yortik, 9:393-396 see also Cyprus Turkmenistan Greeks, 6:140-144 Koreans, 6:204-207 Kurds, 6:224-227 Turkmens, 6:368-372 Uighur, 6:381-385 Yezidis, 6:407-411 Turks and Caicos Islands Turks and Caicos islanders, 8:272-273 Tuvalu Tuvaluans, 2:354-357 Uganda Acholi, 9:3-6 Alur, 9:13-15 Asians of Africa, 9:26 Ganda, 9:104-105 Iteso, 9:127-130 Karamojong, 9:156-157 Lango, 9:178-182 Lugbara, 9:193-195 Luyia, 9:202-206 Nandi and other Kalenjin peoples, 9:231-234 Pokot, 9:280-283 tropical-forest foragers, 9:356-357 Ukraine Ashkenazic Jews, 4:17 Ashkenazim, 6:31-37 Carpatho-Rusyns, 6:69-71 Crimean Tatars, 6:91-95 Evenki (Northern Tungus), 6:120124 Gagauz, 4:118 Germans, 4:121;6:137-140 Greeks, 6:140-144 Gypsies, 6:145-148 Krymchaks, 6:213-216 Old Believers, 6:290-294 Poles, 6:306-309 Romanians, 4:212-215 Ukrainian peasants, 6:385-388 Ukrainians, 6:388-395 Ulster.

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