other.) Posts were erected for pinwheels. Chutes were prepared for the big milita
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ry signal rocke
ts, and the colore
d flares were arranged in a
t the end of the m
eal we whites showed off o
- ur fireworks against the dark jungle back
- ground to as an appreciative audience as at any country fair."
White Indians At Last "I explained that nothing would arouse more sympathy among the powerful Americans," said
- Marsh, relating his speech to the Cuna gathering of chiefs at Sarsadi on the San Bias coast, "than the knowledge that some Darien Indians had white skins like their own." (194) This was one year
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zation on its own ground." (194- 95) After a night's deliberation the chiefs were more than willing to send delegates with Marsh to seek aid in Washington, D.C. "Do you still want to take with you some Ch
epu Tules-white Indians?" Chief Ina Pagina asked him. "Yes," he said, unable to beli
eve his ears. "The people along the coast all want to see you," said the chief. "There will be many Chepu Tules amongst them. You can take all you want." (195-9
6) Thus Marsh turned the corner. Whereas before, despite massive exertion, he had not obtained more than a glimpse of white Indian skin, now the Indians ha
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s triumphant way along the San Bias coast, first leg of the voyage back to Washington, Marsh's boat stoped at Portogandi. A great number of canoes brought him his first white Indian. This was no scin
tillating eyeful of fast-moving girlhood, but a boy of fourteen, stolidly there in his sheer whiteness: He certainly made a strange appearance among his dark-skinned countrymen. His hair was light golden yellow.
His skin was as white as a Swede's. His eyes were brown, not blue or gray. His features were decidedly different from the rest of the Indians-rather more like a Nordic white man. And his whole body
was covered with fine downy white hair, three quarters of an inch long. I looked at him in amazement. Here was my white Indian at last. But I didn't know what
to make of
him. He wasn't th
e usual type of albino by any means, for albinoes have pink eyes and white hair. But whatever he was, the scientists [back in the U.S.
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- ] would have a grand time explaining him. (199)
- Then came that
- wondrous curtain-drawing moment when the Cuna
turned themselves into ethnographic curios. In stark contrast to previous times, "We were given full permission to wander about the village, taking pictures and examining the houses, boats and other possessions of the people. It was rather exciting to realize that no white man had ever had such privileges at Portogandi before." (199) Marsh impressed upon the chief that white Indians "might help prove email@example.com
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- ief said it was good. "He would se
- e that I got all the white Indians
- I wanted." (2
- 01) But before the Indian is given a chance to Other himself by producing th
is curious mimetic double of the white man. Marsh has first to Other the