MADE IN NIUGINI : TECHNOLOGY IN THE HIGHLANDS OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA

By: SILLITOE, Paul

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MADE IN NIUGINI : TECHNOLOGY IN THE HIGHLANDS OF PAPUA NEW GUINEA by SILLITOE, Paul
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British Museum Publications. London. 1988. First Edition;. pages xvi, 636, appendices, references, index; 2 maps, 218 figures, 327 tables, 396 plates; hardcover in mint dust jacket (protected); large format; mint condition new in original shrinkwrap. . Very scarce major reference work. A thorough and comprehensive study of the Wola people of the New Guinea Southern Highlands, covering their material culture including all of the known moveable property manufactured there. The Wola people are located between Mendi and Lake Kutubu mainly centered around the Wage River Valley in the Central Southern Highlands Province.

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