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Lafkenches, the mapuches from the sea by Fernando Rodriguez

Photo Essay on the life of the people Lafkenche, a part of the Mapuche indian nation from Southern Chile. Lafkenche mean "peple from the sea", they live from Bio-Bio river towards the southern coast of the country, making a living as fishermen. Their traditions are strong and new groups of them are organizing to preserve their identityBonifacio cove, XIV Region of the Rivers. December 28, 2012<br />
Don Daniel Quinan seen the last rain fall 2012, during those last days had been unleashed a storm in the area that made it impossible to navigate his small sailboat. Sailing is an economical alternative to the cost of using outboard motors, spending that a humble fisherman can not afford due to fishery resources poverty.

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Photo Essay on the life of the people Lafkenche, a part of the Mapuche indian nation from Southern Chile. Lafkenche mean "peple from the sea", they live from Bio-Bio river towards the southern coast of the country, making a living as fishermen. Their traditions are strong and new groups of them are organizing to preserve their identityBonifacio cove, XIV Region of the Rivers. December 28, 2012
Don Daniel Quinan seen the last rain fall 2012, during those last days had been...
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