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Michael Young is a social anthropologist at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific. His research interests lie in Melanesian anthropology and the history of social anthropology. Young has also worked as a consultant anthropologist, conducting studies in eastern Papua New Guinea, including a Social Impact Study for Oil Palm plantations in Milne Bay (1981); a Socio-Economic Impact Study for the Wapolu Gold Mine, Fergusson Island (1987); a Sociological Survey of Woodlark Island relating to forestry (1990); a Social Mapping Study of South Normanby Island for a possible gold mine (1992).

His collection on Open Research currently consists of slides from his consultant anthropological research in New Guinea. Further records from Young's collections can be found at ANUA 553 and ANUA 685 at the ANU Archives.

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Approaching Alotau from helicopter. Alotau is the Milne Bay Provincial capital

Author(s)Photographer: Michael Willis Young
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Coast of South Normanby from helicopter

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Summit of Hobiya (?)from helicopter. No sign of the 'crater lake' as described by Angelus and mythicized by Sailosi, Report p.58

Author(s)Photographer: Michael Willis Young
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Wahola Camp from SIL helicopter, hired by the Company, after leaving Mwatu Camp, 27 March 1992

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Two women with baby at Limwalimwaninai hamlet

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Recording Tetera, under house at Limwalimwana

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Bwasiyaiya River: Limwalimwaninai hamlet at estuary

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Bwasiyaiya River: The estuary where we bathed

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Mwatu Camp, Peak of Hobiya behind

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West coast of Bwasiyaiya near Gumo Point, Peak of Hobiya behind

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Bwebweso Mountain, Land of the Dead, see Report, Chapter 6.2

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Leaving Sewa Bay, heading back to Mwatu Camp

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Pastor Fred's House next door to Patrick's

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New House, the veranda is unfinished. Pastor Fred's wife's sister's sons are building the house

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Sewa Bay, view of Bay from Patrick Glass's house

Author(s)Photographer: Michael Willis Young
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Pastor Fred, Sebastian's mother's sister's son

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Lunch at Pwanapwana served under Pastor Fred's house. Sebastian in white shirt, centre

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Canoes at Pwanapwana.

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Market Day at Pwanapwana: Betel nuts I bought here for Linus Digim'Rina at ANU were confiscated by Customs in Sydney.

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