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Cacaopera people
The Cacaopera people were an indigenous people in what is now El Salvador[3] and Nicaragua. They are also known as the Matagalpa or Ulua.[4]
Cacaopera
Total population
97,500 in Nicaragua, 0 speakers of the language[1]
Regions with significant populations
 El Salvador (Morazán Department)
 Nicaragua[2]
Languages
Cacaopera
Religion
Traditional Religion
Map of El Salvador's indigenous groups at the time of the Spanish conquest
Language
Cacaopera people spoke the Cacaopera language, a Misumalpan language.[1]
Notes
  1. ^ a b "Cacaopera." Ethnologue. (retrieved 1 Dec 2011)
  2. ^ "Indigenous peoples in Nicaragua".
  3. ^ "Achagua." Encyclopædia Britannica. (retrieved 1 Dec 2011)
  4. ^ "Cacaopera." UNESCO World Heritage Centre. (retrieved 1 Dec 2011)
External links
Cacaopera artwork, National Museum of the American Indian

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