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Aerial view of the landscape surrounding Bulong longhouse and the resurgence of the north branch of the Liddle (Dogomo/ Tokomo) River, in the middle section of Febi territory.

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Title: Aerial view of the landscape surrounding Bulong longhouse and the resurgence of the north branch of the Liddle (Dogomo/ Tokomo) River, in the middle section of Febi territory.
Author(s): Photographer: David R. Eastburn, 1949-
Description: Photographer's note: This photograph was taken with the aid of pilot Rob Willis-Jones, Missionary Aviation Fellowship, Tari, Southern Highlands (now Hela) Province. It includes gardens at various stages of use, natural rainforest and secondary growth. This area is around 400 metres ASL and despite being drained by an extensive network of waterways, is relatively flat. The Bulong longhouse, approximately 1.5 kilometres SE of the resurgence of the north branch of the Liddle River (marked as ‘rapids’ on 1: 100 000 Karoma map sheet 7386). Universal grid reference: 54M XU454573. (144 19 E. 5 49 S.)
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/228552
Other Identifiers: ANUA 717-9

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