The Welsh and the Tehuelche            in PatagoniaFrom: Ferradas, C. (2009). The Value of      Diversity. Buenos Aires:  ...
July 1865. The Mimosa arrives in New Bay. Welsh settlersare going to build a town in Patagonia.
The weather is terribly cold. They haven’t got houses. Peopleare tired, cold and hungry.
People are also very frightened. Can they get enough food?Are there pumas? Will the indigenous tribes attack them?
When the Tehuelche and the Welsh meet, they are bothshocked to see such strange people. The Tehuelche do not speakWelsh. T...
But Elizabeth Adams puts her small baby, Maria, in the armsof the wife of the Tehuelche chief, and they all smile.
After that, the Tehuelche help the Welsh and the Welshteach them to work the land.
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  1. 1. The Welsh and the Tehuelche in PatagoniaFrom: Ferradas, C. (2009). The Value of Diversity. Buenos Aires: Pearson/Longman.
  2. 2. July 1865. The Mimosa arrives in New Bay. Welsh settlersare going to build a town in Patagonia.
  3. 3. The weather is terribly cold. They haven’t got houses. Peopleare tired, cold and hungry.
  4. 4. People are also very frightened. Can they get enough food?Are there pumas? Will the indigenous tribes attack them?
  5. 5. When the Tehuelche and the Welsh meet, they are bothshocked to see such strange people. The Tehuelche do not speakWelsh. The Welsh do not speak the language of the Tehuelche.What can they do?
  6. 6. But Elizabeth Adams puts her small baby, Maria, in the armsof the wife of the Tehuelche chief, and they all smile.
  7. 7. After that, the Tehuelche help the Welsh and the Welshteach them to work the land.

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