English: Fig. 4— Map of Tierra del Fuego showing some Ona, Yahgan, and Haush settlement sites. Scale,
1 :4,800,000. Note: The site at Cape San Pablo is an Ona site and should be represented by a triangle.
Names have been given to these sites whenever possible. All are aboriginal names except the follow- ing: Gente Grande, Rio Fuego, Haberton, Cambesceres, Banner Cove, Rio Douglas, Mussels Bay, Button Island. The exact location of Lushoof is doubtful. Cuchawulaf is the name applied to the island and probably to its principal camp site. There are many other settlement sites not shown here. Some of those shown have been abandoned. With one or two exceptions these are or have been important settlements, supporting a fluctuating population, varying from a few families to perhaps over three hundred in case of the Yahgans, to perhaps one hundred in case of the Onas, but usually only small groups in the case ofthe Haush. Note the center of Yahgan population in Yahga and vicinity.
|Author||Furlong, Charles Wellington|
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