The main purpose of this archive is the documentation of Trumai, a genetically isolate language spoken in Brazil (Xingu reserve). Trumai is an endangered language, with a reduced number of speakers. The archive has linguistic and non-linguistic materials, as well as some studies about the Trumai language and culture. The linguistic materials consist of (i) texts of various genres (narratives, explanations, conversations, descriptions, etc); (ii) lexicon of the language; (iii) data from elicitation conducted with native speakers. The non-linguistic materials are photos, drawings, songs and other elements of the Trumai culture. The studies are focused on aspects of the language (genetic affiliations, sound system, sketch grammar) and aspects of the people (ethnographic studies, sociocultural description, historical studies, etc). The archive also has materials of comparative studies between Trumai and other Xinguan languages.