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An ethnographic bibliography of New Guinea

CollectionsANU Pacific Institute
ANU Press (1965- Present)
Title: An ethnographic bibliography of New Guinea
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Australian National University Press
This bibliography provides a key to the literature on the indigenous peoples of New Guinea, including Irian Barat and the smaller islands of the Trusteeship Territory. It contains some ten thousand entries ranging from midnineteenth-century publications to those appearing in 1964 and covers all aspects of the traditional and changing cultures of the people. The items are arranged in three lists: by author, by the administrative Districts concerned, and by the proper names of places, languages, and social groups. It represents the first attempt to cover the ethnographic literature of the whole region in one work.


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