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Bogaia men wear string and net aprons, cordyline leaf rear coverings and kina shells, similar to their Duna neighbours in the Highlands but some personal adornment also reflects the influence of lowland cultures

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Title: Bogaia men wear string and net aprons, cordyline leaf rear coverings and kina shells, similar to their Duna neighbours in the Highlands but some personal adornment also reflects the influence of lowland cultures
Author(s): Photographer: David R. Eastburn, 1949-
Description: Photographer's note: This photograph was taken in Kuba/ Guba (Kubwai?) a short distance south of the Nali River vine bridge crossing (universal grid reference 54M XU45713).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/228569
Other Identifiers: ANUA 717-26

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