This is an educational resource and an introduction to the cultures of Amazon native tribes from the South American Amazon River Basin. Furthermore, this is a resource for information and geographic maps of the native indigenous tribes of the Amazon Rainforest. Various indigenous people of the Amazon are represented, including the Matis, Matsés-Mayoruna, Huaorani, Bora, Shipibos, Yagua, Marubo, Ticuna, Kayapó, Suyá, and Xingu Amazonian native tribes. Various ceremonies and rituals are illustrated, most importantly the Ceremony of Mariwin, Matsés-Mayoruna Poison Frog Ceremony, Dance of Queixada, Ritual of Capybara, Ticuna Indian Girls Puberty Rite of Passage, Marubo Ceremony of Aco, and the Kuarup (Kwarup) Ceremony of the Dead. Moreover, various Amazon native tribe legends are told, including Bari Rahua and the Discovery of the Grand Cosmos, the Amazon Indian Tribe Legend of The Pink Dolphin, and the Amazon Native Tribe Legend of The Victoria Regia. Various aspects of the cultures of the indigenous people of the Amazon are covered, as well as hunting with blowguns and curare. In particular, the blowguns of the Matis and Yagua native amazonian tribes are illustrated. Moreover, photos of native facial tattoos and body tattoos are shown. Amazon native tribe bilingual education of girls and boys is also highlighted. Please check out our recent articles on the Huaorani Indians, the "Warriors of the Amazon" and on the Yanomami Indians, "The Fierce People." Recently, pictures of naked uncontacted Amazon Indians have made headlines worldwide. Some of these newspaper reports have been controversial and confusing, hence we have added several articles to help clarify and summarize what is known about these nude uncontacted Amazon tribes. Please refer to our new articles on "Uncontacted Amazon Indians in Peru," and "Uncontacted Amazon Tribe: The Cabellos Largos" to learn more about indigenous Amazonian natives living in voluntary isolation from the rest of the world. To learn about the most recently contacted tribe in the Amazon, please see our new essay on the Korubo Indians, also known as the "Caceteiros" or "Head-Bashers." The Korubo Indians have been described in the news as a nude tribe living in voluntary isolation, with all the members of their tribe still living naked in the jungle. In addition, Amazon-Indians.org has the great honor of exclusively publishing for the first time on the Internet, the historic photographs taken by Amazon explorer and photographer, Chuck Clark. During the 1960s, Clark captured images of many indigenous Amazonian communities, who until that time, were uncontacted tribes, living in voluntary isolation from the Western world.