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Weaving: an art taught between mothers and daughters
The history of weaving is linked with the period of the settlement when first men disembarked with canoes and crafted their sails with weaved pandanus leaves. In the Austral Islands, this crafting activity is transmitted from a generation to the other thanks to women who teach their precious know-how to their daughters and granddaughter.
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