The Quechua people are the indigenous peoples of South America who speak
any of the Quechua languages. Most Quechua speakers live in Peru, Ecuador, ...
Ironically, the Inca empire itself consisted mainly of people who spoke the same
Quechua language! It wasn't until Spanish colonization, though, that their ...
The Quechua Indians of the central Andes are the direct descendants of the Incas
... It is spoken by millions of people in Peru (about 8 million), Ecuador (nearly 2 ...
Feb 10, 2010 ... Quechua, Quechua Runa, South American Indians living in the Andean
highlands from Ecuador to Bolivia. They speak many regional varieties ...
The speakers of Quechua, who total some 9-14 million people in Peru, Bolivia,
Ecuador, Chile, Colombia and Argentina, have so far only slightly developed a ...
“Our most basic food is the native potato,” says Isabella, a Quechua woman and
... the Quechua people place on their cultural traditions and biological diversity.
Quechua has been spoken in Perú since it became the unifying language of the
... news, or personal announcements for people in isolated communities; all of ...
Aug 22, 2013 ... The Quechua people today are not a single ethnic group, but rather several
indigenous groups scattered throughout South America. Examples ...
This paper will be describing the history of Quechua-speaking people in
disparate cultural epoques and in a counter-chronological order: starting with the
Eleven thousand feet high in Peru's Andes Mountains sit the villages of Chumpe
and Poques. People here live much as their ancestors did, simply and close to ...