River mussel-shells, traditionally used for the rattles in the curing dance, have been replaced with bottle-tops collected during trips to Koroba and Nomad River.
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|Title:||River mussel-shells, traditionally used for the rattles in the curing dance, have been replaced with bottle-tops collected during trips to Koroba and Nomad River.|
|Author(s):||Photographer: David R. Eastburn, 1949-|
|Description:||This photograph was taken at the Bulong longhouse, 142. 19 E. 5. 49 S. Universal grid reference 54M XU454573 (1: 100 000 Karoma map sheet 7386).|
|Other Identifiers:||ANUA 717-66|
|ANUA 717-066.tif||5.2 MB||TIFF|
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