The Journal of The Papua & New Guinea Society, Volume 1, No. 2
136 pp., illustrations, bibliography. Contents: The unsettled settlers: New Guinea in Australia, 1942-6 / Wolfers; The New Guinea tax issue, 1958-9 / Jinks; Kondom / Brown; Motu-Koitabu beliefs and practices about snakes and snakebite / Peter et al.; An Australian family in Papua / Hope; Modern Orokaiva leadership / Schwimmer; Cargo cult movement, Biak / Marjen; The participation of Papuans and New Guineans in business and industry / Jackman, To Robert, Rarua, Cannon; Some reflections on current Constitutional changes / Mann; The courts and the people of Papua and New Guinea / Nash; The Wari-Ipi bark belt story / Abel; The New Guinea elite / Lee; Science concepts among New Guinea school children: a pilot study / Prince; Tertiary study in the U.S.A. for Territory students / De'Ath 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # B00G8XL1ECAMA040414
Title: The Journal of The Papua & New Guinea ...
Publisher: The Papua and New Guinea Society
Publication Date: 1967
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
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