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Flax and the Flax Industry in the South

LLOYD ESLER

Written by popular author Lloyd Esler, this book tells the story of flax, the rise and fall of a mighty industry in the South. One of NZ’s most recognisable native plants, Maori first made considerable use of flax for clothing etc, then early settlers used the fibre for rope with flaxmilling lasting until the 1970s.

64 PAGES • 210x150mm

 

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