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The Selepet language within the Finisterre-Huon phylum (New Guinea)

McElhanon, K. A


This section presents a survey of the literature concerning the languages and peoples of a portion of Northeast New Guinea and attempts to unravel the confusion over language names and variant classifications of the languages found there, The area concerned encompasses the Rai Coast eastward from Biliau and Saidor, the Finisterre and Saruwaged mountain ranges, the Huon Peninsula and Umboi ( Roold Island lying between the Huon Peninsula and New Britain (see Map I).

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Date published: 1970
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d77848c3a4ce
Access Rights: Open Access


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