Argentinian soldier and explorer.- Ramón Lista
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Indigenous people from Patagonia in South America, with existing members of the group currently residing in the southern Argentina-Chile borders.
In the 19th century, explorers such as Ramón Lista and George Chaworth Musters named them "tsóneka", "tsónik" or "chonik".
Capital and largest settlement of the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz in Argentina.
Governor Ramón Lista decided to move the Territorial Capital from Puerto Santa Cruz to Río Gallegos in 1888; official ratification of this decision came on 19 May 1904.
Argentine poet, considered to be one of the principal writers of the Generation of '80, and "probably the most praised female poet of the 1870s".
Andrade met the military officer Ramón Lista (1856–1897), when he arrived to explore southern Argentina.
Argentine soldier, writer and statesman who fought in the Argentine Civil Wars, the American Civil War and against the French intervention in Mexico.
His influence and experience led President Carlos Pellegrini to appoint him as governor in 1893, after the resignation of Ramon Lista.
Extinct, unclassified language of Patagonia known only from a 19-word list and personal names.
Word list of Guaicaro documented by Ramón Lista (1896):