Heritage, Volume 10, Number 4, Fall 1992 Page: 22
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T aching the traditions and customs of the 300-year-old
tribe to young Tiguas is a very important concern today. Pictured
left, a small boy applies ceremonial face paint to an adult.
Below, young Tiguas prepare to participate in the festivities of
the Feast Day of Saint Anthony.
22 HERITAGE * FALL 1992
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