Title: The Journal of the Papua & New Guinea ...
Publisher: The University of Papua and New Guinea
Publication Date: 1968
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
94 pp., illustrations, bibliography. Contents: Hermann Detzner: New Guinea's first coast-watcher / Biskup; The use of Pidgin in the House of Assembly /Hull; The establishment of local government in the Northern District / Jinks; Negotiations over the 1963 Public Service Ordinance / Simmonds; Formal control of the ordinances of the Legislative Council, 1951-1963 / Lynch; A history of Delena / Chatterton; Handling the material world / Price; Stori bilong taim bipo: The Dophin Woman / Sabok; Initiation ceremony in Nyarangai, Christmas 1966 / Kisa; The family of mountains / Jubilee; Frantz Fanon and the third world / Gilbert; The University Library: the new media and New Guinea culture / Buick; The Papuan Villager: A national newspaper / Nelson; Book notes 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # B00J0MHMWSAMA040414
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