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Peru: End of 2,000 Years of Tradition

Don Ball Carbaja is back blogging, this time with a photo of Peruvian fishermen from the coastal town of Huanchaco where an anthropology student from Utah spent time writing an ethnography, which describes the fishing villages dying culture.

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