Cacaopera people

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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

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]

Language[edit]

Cacaopera people spoke the Cacaopera language, a Misumalpan language.[1]

Notes[edit]

  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)

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