Examples from the Web for tapajos
At length, while residing at an Indian village on the Tapajos, I had ample proof of the fact.
The Indians on the Tapajos use a poisonous liana called timbó (Paullinia pinnata).
Parallel to the Tapajos, and about two hundred miles distant, flows the Xingú.
They inhabit both banks of the Tapajos, and can muster, it is said, 2000 fighting men.
One of the largest semi-civilised tribes inhabiting the banks of the Tapajos are the Mundurucus.The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston