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The Ndu language family (Sepik district, New Guinea)

Laycock, Donald C


This thesis is based on linguistic material collected during fieldwork in the Sepik District, Territory of New Guinea, during the period May 1959 to March 1960, Before my departure for the field no one, least of all myself, had more than an outline knowledge of what I might expect to find in the way of languages and their internal relationships throughout the Sepik District, Accordingly, fieldwork was planned as a survey of the languages of a large, geographically continuous segment of...[Show more]

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Date published: 1962-05
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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