This ClipArt gallery offers 40 images of South America, including people, customs, landmarks, and everyday life.

The Amazon River is the largest, most voluminous river on earth, having a greater total flow than the next six largest rivers combined.

Amazon River

The Amazon River is the largest, most voluminous river on earth, having a greater total flow than the…

Indians from the country of Brazil.

Amazonian Indians

Indians from the country of Brazil.

A monument to represent the peaceful resolution of the border dispute between Argentina and Chile.

The Christ of the Andes

A monument to represent the peaceful resolution of the border dispute between Argentina and Chile.

A group of South American natives.

Aruaca'nians

A group of South American natives.

The coat of arms of Bolivia.

Bolivian Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Bolivia.

"Interior of a Brazilian forest on the Organ Mountains." -Lindley, 1853

Brazilian Forest

"Interior of a Brazilian forest on the Organ Mountains." -Lindley, 1853

"Chulpa or Burial Tower, Peru." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

Burial Tower

"Chulpa or Burial Tower, Peru." — Encyclopedia Britanica, 1893

"Erected in 1904 to commemorate the peaceful settlement of a boundary dispute between Argentina and Chile. The monument stands about three thousand feet above the tunnel on the Trans-Andean Railroad. The figure of the Christ, twenty-six feet high, was cast from bronze cannon."—Webster, 1920

The Christ of the Andes

"Erected in 1904 to commemorate the peaceful settlement of a boundary dispute between Argentina and…

Bay in Concepcion, Chile.

Conception Bay

Bay in Concepcion, Chile.

Temple of Cusco during the conquer of Peru.

Temple of Cusco

Temple of Cusco during the conquer of Peru.

Temple of Cusco during the conquer of Peru.

Temple of Cusco

Temple of Cusco during the conquer of Peru.

Bolivia Envelope (10 C) from 1878

Bolivia 10 C Envelope, 1878

Bolivia Envelope (10 C) from 1878

Ruins at Escoma in Bolivia.

Escoma

Ruins at Escoma in Bolivia.

A Brazilian farmhouse.

Brazilian farmhouse

A Brazilian farmhouse.

This illustration shows a soldier from the Incan Empire. This empire was centered in what is now Peru from 1438 to 1533.

Inca Soldier

This illustration shows a soldier from the Incan Empire. This empire was centered in what is now Peru…

Ruins of Incarial Village.

Incarial Village

Ruins of Incarial Village.

Indians in their beds during the time of Magellan's discovery.

Indian Beds

Indians in their beds during the time of Magellan's discovery.

Natives on rafts in Peru, at the time of conquest.

Natives

Natives on rafts in Peru, at the time of conquest.

Gatun dam - Panama canal.

Panama Canal

Gatun dam - Panama canal.

"They carry everything on their heads." —Carpenter, 1902

Natives of Paraguay

"They carry everything on their heads." —Carpenter, 1902

Patagonian dancers. Patagonia is that portion of South America which, to the east of the Andes, lies south of the Neuquen and Rio Colorado rivers, and, to the west of the Andes.

Patagonian Dancers

Patagonian dancers. Patagonia is that portion of South America which, to the east of the Andes, lies…

The building of Peru after the conquest by the Spaniards.

Peru

The building of Peru after the conquest by the Spaniards.

A Peruvian drawing of Inca warriors.

Peruvian Drawing

A Peruvian drawing of Inca warriors.

"Peru is a maritime republic of South America, bounded on the N. by Ecuador, on the W. by the Pacific, on the S. and S. E. by Bolivia and Chile, and on the E. by Brazil."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Peruvian Indian

"Peru is a maritime republic of South America, bounded on the N. by Ecuador, on the W. by the Pacific,…

Peruvians worshipping the sun.

Peruvians

Peruvians worshipping the sun.

Ruins at Quellenata in Bolivia.

Quellenata

Ruins at Quellenata in Bolivia.

Coat of Arms, Bolivia

The Great Seal of Bolivia

Coat of Arms, Bolivia

Coat of Arms, British Guiana

The Great Seal of British Guiana

Coat of Arms, British Guiana

Ruins of Sillustani in Peru.

Sillustani

Ruins of Sillustani in Peru.

This is the earliest representation which we have of the natives of the New World, showing such as were found by the Portuguese on the north coast of South America. It has been supposed that it was issued in Augsburg somewhere between 1497 and 1504, for it is not dated. The only copy ever known to bibliographers is not now to be traced.

South Americans

This is the earliest representation which we have of the natives of the New World, showing such as were…

Bolivia Stamp (50 centavos) from 1867

Bolivia 50 Centavos Stamp, 1867

Bolivia Stamp (50 centavos) from 1867

Bolivia Stamp (5 centavos) from 1876

Bolivia Cinco Centavos Stamp, 1876

Bolivia Stamp (5 centavos) from 1876

Bolivia Stamp (1 centavo) from 1887

Bolivia Un Centavo Stamp, 1887

Bolivia Stamp (1 centavo) from 1887

British Guiana Stamp (1 cent) from 1862

British Guiana One Cent Stamp, 1862

British Guiana Stamp (1 cent) from 1862

British Guiana Stamp (2 cents) from 1889

British Guiana 2 Cents Stamp, 1889

British Guiana Stamp (2 cents) from 1889

British Guiana Stamp (6 cents) from 1863

British Guiana VI Cents Stamp, 1863

British Guiana Stamp (6 cents) from 1863

A stone idol found at Copan, in South America. The idol is 13 feet in height.

Stone Idol at Copan

A stone idol found at Copan, in South America. The idol is 13 feet in height.

The Tobas wear but little clothes, except when they come into the presence of white people or cross the Paraguay river to trade. These Indians are very tall, some being six feet in height.

Toba Indian

The Tobas wear but little clothes, except when they come into the presence of white people or cross…

"The villages are of thatched huts." —Carpenter, 1902

Coastal Brazilian village

"The villages are of thatched huts." —Carpenter, 1902

They take the gravel and dirt to the sides of the streams, and roll it about in wooden bowls. After a while there is nothing but the gold and the gravel. The miners throw the gravel away handful by handful.

Washing Gold

They take the gravel and dirt to the sides of the streams, and roll it about in wooden bowls. After…