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A Latin American woman with American Indian blood.
- ‘Other cholos and cholas believed that the occupation of chicha seller inherently meant untrustworthiness when it came to money.’
- ‘Cholos and cholas in early twentieth-century Bolivia drank chicha during baptism, vacations, and funeral ceremonies.’
- ‘Urban, socially integrated cholos and cholas became the focal point for the increasing tide of racism.’
- ‘Chicheras, more than any other cholas, went to court.’
- ‘During the years between 1870 and 1890 chicheras faced more public insults than other cholas.’
Mid 19th century: American Spanish (see cholo).
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