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n., pl. -chols (esp. collectively) -chol
1. a member of an American Indian people living mainly in the Sierra Madre Occidental of N Jalisco and Nayarit in Mexico.
2. the Uto-Aztecan language of the Huichol.
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Sayulita is the place to chat with friendly locals; browse the fine art galleries, boutiques, and artisanal souvenir stores; and pick up some memorable gifts featuring locally made clothing, handicrafts, jewelry, and art (many made by Sayulita's female artists, who work in intense colors; note, also, the dazzlingly geometric beaded designs of the Huichol Indians).
The Huichol Indians are from Mexico's Sierra Madre Occidental region.
This bustling coastal city is set against the majestic Sierra Madre mountains, home to isolated Huichol Indians and exotic wildlife.
Solid entertainment from beginning to end, "The Divine Cactus Tea Cantina RV-Mare" is comprised of fourteen original short stories, and five 'infotainment supplements (Musical Intro; Peyote; Huichol Indians (Peyote People); Two Spirt Belief System; and Madhouse Perspective).
Indigenous-rights and environmental activists scored a major victory when the Mexican government denied a permit for Canada's First Majestic Silver Corporation to develop a mine in the ancestral lands of the Huichol Indians, also known as the Wixarika.
In West Central Mexico, the Huichol Indians have a long tradition of adorning objects with beads.
Inspired by the Tarahumara and Huichol Indians of Northern Mexico, the defeated tribes of the United States showed their ability to reinvent themselves in order to survive as communities and civilizations.
Blended with certified organic and Fair Trade chocolate with organic ingredients and superfoods, Shaman Chocolates donates all profits to help support the Huichol Indians.
Anguiano 1976 To Fly as Birds: Myth and Ritual as Agents of Enculturation among the Huichol Indians of Mexico.
All profits from the sale of the certified organic and Fair Trade Shaman Chocolates help support the Huichol Indians, a tribe living in central western Mexico in the Sierra Madre Mountains, who are said to be the last indigenous tribe in North America to have maintained their pre-Columbian traditions.