This dissertation focuses on the strategies of Invernada Paiol de Telha community members in the quest of recovering the land called Fundão, or Invernada Paiol de Telha. This land was donated to 13 slaves - ancestors of many among the community -, back to the year 1860, by their owner Balbina Francisca de Siqueira. According to the various actors involved in the land claim process, once the successors of those slaves were expelled of the land in the mid-seventies, they organized themselves in four different territorial bases or cores: the municipal districts of Guarapuava and Pinhão in Paraná; a settlement of INCRA, located in Colônia Socorro, district of Entre-Rios/PR; and the camp made by them on the outskirts of the lands claimed. Due to the segmentary aspect of the group, the strategies used in trying to regain the land always assume distinct dimensions, related to the different contexts in which their members are involved. These strategies reveal, create and recreate different ways of thinking about the group, their political strategies, their collectivity, and their history.