Their culture was semi-nomadic. After the arrival of Europeans and the introduction of cattle, they started using leather for dressing.
Their name was kept in a well-known local coffee brand, "Café El Chaná".
A street in Montevideo (Cordón) bears the name "Chaná".
- Renzo Pi Hugarte (1969). "El Uruguay indígena" (PDF). Nuestra Tierra. Retrieved 12 May 2015. (in Spanish)
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