THE LOST TRIBE. A Harrowing Passage into New Guinea's Heart of Darkness

By: MARRIOTT, Edward

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Henry Holt. New York. 1996. First Published by Picador in 1996;. pages 258; map; hardcover in dust jacket; mint condition new. Two years before this story begins, the Liawep tribe were a lost tribe. There were seventy-nine of them, living in deep jungle in far northwest Papua New Guinea. The author first heard about the Liawep tribe in 1993, when their `discovery' by a missionary hit the international headlines. Unable to believe that anyone could still be truly lost, he set out to find them himself, to hear their stories, hopes for the future and fears for their changing world. Banned by the Papua New Guinea government from visiting them, he assembled his own patrol and crossed the jungle illegally.

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