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Outrigger canoe being built at PSU as part of cultural exchange (photos) | OregonLive.com

22.10.15

Outrigger canoe being built at PSU as part of cultural exchange (photos) | OregonLive.com: This outdoors, living demonstration, that goes on most Mondays-Saturdays just northwest of Millar Library, is a project of the non-profit Living Islands. It is the brainchild of the organization's founder Kianna Angelo. She worked with PSU's Native American Student & Community Center to stage the demonstration on campus.

The builder, Clement, currently lives in Spokane. He says he's built about 30 boats in his lifetime, starting as a 20-year-old soaking in knowledge from his maternal grandfather.

Volunteer David Anderson translates questions and answers for Clement. Anderson lived in the Marshall Islands in the 1970s when he was in the Peace Corps.


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