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Originally appearing in Volume V12, Page 665 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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GUATUSOS, a tribe of American Indians of Costa Rica. They are an active, hardy people, who have always maintained hostility towards the Spaniards and retain their independence. From their language they appear to be a distinct stock. They were described by old writers as being very fair, with flaxen hair, and these reports led to a belief, since exploded, that they were European hybrids. There are very few surviving.
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GUAVA (from the Mexican guayaba)

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