Oceania. Vol XXXVIII. Numbers 1 to 4 1967-1968 : A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Native Peoples of Australia, New Guinea and the Islands of the Pacific Ocean

By: Elkin, A P

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Oceania. Vol XXXVIII. Numbers 1 to 4 1967-1968 : A Journal Devoted to the Study of the Native Peoples of Australia, New Guinea and the Islands of the Pacific Ocean by Elkin, A P (Ed)
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Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney , 1968. 4 Quarterly Magazines bound as one. Blue bds with Gilt title (fresh and unworn with sl faded spine) Includes articles on Hula in Port Moresby, Demographic pressure in the New Guinea Highlands, Ethnography in Northern Borneo, Languages of the Sepic Hill, Singing of the Dunas, Aboriginal Religion etc. 332 pages with illus. Tight and clean. #Australian Aboriginal# . First Edition. Buckram. Near Fine/N/A. Large 8vo.

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