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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 identityCaleta cove, XIV Region of the Rivers. December 29, 2012. <br />
Artisanal fishermen use hooks large, ensuring capture adult large prey.

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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 identityCaleta cove, XIV Region of the Rivers. December 29, 2012.
Artisanal fishermen use hooks large, ensuring capture adult large prey.

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Author: Fernando Rodriguez/Archivolatino
Date created: 19 Apr 2014
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Country: Chile
Keywords: fernando rodriguez, indios, indio, mapuche, indigenous
Copyright: Fernando Rodriguez/Archivolatino


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