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People from the Terra Preta and Boa Esperança villages go to the woods in order to extract the "Genipapo" fruit, which is later processed in order to make a blanck paint.
Myth about the origin of the Pequi fruit.
Explanation about animals classified by the Trumai as "kodetl".
A Trumai student writes about a historical fact: the first contacts between the Trumai people and Whitemen.
Songs of the festivity of the Manioc (Ole Wal)
Myth about a girl who gets in troubles with a tapir.
Elicitation of names of fruits, which were obtained from several Trumai consultants. The data was recorded with the help of a Trumai woman.
A Trumai woman shows how she makes necklaces.
Elicitation of lexical items: birds
A man talks about facts of his work and life. He remembers several facts from his past.
The session consists of notes taken during the field work. The data was elicited with a native speaker of Trumai, and the topic was motion lexicalization.
Description of the procedures involved in the preparation of Pequi oil.
An old woman talks about facts of her childhood and other historical facts.
A Trumai man performs songs of the festivity of Ear Piercing. The women and children of the village participate in the performance, singing and dancing.
General explanation about herbal medicines used by the Trumai people.
Traditional music played with the long flutes, which are called "Takwara".
Procedures involved in house building.
Explanation about a supernatural entity: the "Woman from the Woods".
Myth named 'Wani wani'.